We've only heard from three political parties since Operation Dudula was launched that they oppose it. The ANC, EFF, and DA are the three main contenders. The Dudula national has been warmly received by political parties including Patriotic Alliance. As far as I know, Operation Dudula and the Inkatha Freedom Party are working together in KZN.
As IFP joins Operation Dudula and Put South Aficans First in immigration regulations, the ANC will have to say goodbye to KwaZulu-Natal. EFF and DA will also find it tough in the upcoming elections, and it is becoming increasingly clear that the IFP will regain control of KZN in 2024. DA, ANC, and EFF will be extinct by 2024, thanks to Operation Dudula, which appears to be in full command. After its tour to KZN, Operation Dudula garnered a following. Volunteers from the organization have given their help in reconstructing flood-affected areas despite the fact that they claim to be overlooked for jobs.
South African unemployed graduates in the construction industry were mobilized on Monday by Operation Dudula to give crucial skills and aid in the reconstruction of KZN. During the recent floods in KZN, Operation Dudula gained support by requesting that flood victims be housed in foreign-occupied properties in the inner city. South Africans should not be left to fend for themselves in wetlands and on river banks, the group argued.
In some ways, Operation Dudula and IFP have a lot in common. An amendment to the Employment Services Amendment Bill offered by the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) to Parliament has recently been tabled. Bills such as the one introduced by IFP MP Liezl van der Merwe attempt to restrict the recruitment of foreign workers in low-skilled and semi-skilled occupations like as hospitality, e-hailing, and delivery trucking. Because they share the same values, the two can get along swimmingly.
As a result, Operation Dudula's national secretary, Zandile Dubula, has stated that the campaign will also target legal immigrants who are working menial jobs in South Africa. When it comes to restaurants, illegal immigrants aren't allowed to work there. Zandile Dubula, the national secretary of the Dudula organization, claims that working in a restaurant "doesn't require any specific skill."
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