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Zimbabwean man left Mzansi in shock after he asked Operation Dudula to help do this.

In South Africa, Simba Chitando has developed enemies for himself because of the way he acts and meddles in government activities. South Africans have also made him an easy target because of his involvement in the recent legal dispute involving Zimbabwean exemption permit holders and the Department of Home Affairs. 



According to Simba Chitando's records, Home Affairs has received a few bombarded cases asking it to reconsider its decision to terminate the problematic Zimbabwe exemption certificate before the year's end last year. 


Simba Chitando's resignation from the Zimbabwean presidency was recently shown to be supported by popular Zimbabwean 'Starting Point for Accountability' through electronic fun. 


As a ZanuPF member, the establishment expressed disappointment that Operation dudula could not expedite the expulsion of Simba Chitando. As a result, the crowd expressed their displeasure that the protesters chose to humiliate and single out African street people rather than pay attention to a ZanuPF star like Simba. 



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According to the Institute's explanation on Twitter, as well as its examination of the issue: 


"To remove Simba Chitando, we asked Operation Dudula and Put South Africans First, but they failed. In South Africa, the wealthy Zanu Pf are a mystery. Poor African drifters are harassed and beaten mercilessly on a daily basis "As a matter of fact,. 


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https://twitter.com/ZimInstit4Dem/status/1529353222724456452?t=co-CA7KAkeU0rX6nNJ_Lyw&s=19

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