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Mzansi responded to this question: Is this Dudula created to chase only Zimbabweans, a man asked.

This is an issue that needs to be answered in a fair and balanced manner. It seems to make perfect sense for Zimbabweans to inquire about something of this nature, if you ask me. We can see that people on social media are raising their voices against illegal foreigners, with a focus on Zimbabweans in particular. 

If you use Twitter, you will most likely also use Facebook and other kinds of social networking. The Dudula operation is targeting criminals and illegal immigrants, but its primary focus is on the Zimbabwean population. When they talk about Zimbabweans, they use the term "illegal foreigners." Zimbabweans are frequently cited as examples of "foreigners" who have committed criminal acts whenever the phrase "foreigners" is used. 

It is possible that it makes sense given the large number of Zimbabweans that we have living in South Africa. The fact that they constitute a sizable population lends credence to the theory that they are the ones responsible for the widespread commission of criminal acts. When there are a large number of people who are like that, they are difficult to regulate. It is not the case that, like other nations, South Africans do not commit crimes; nevertheless, because there are so few of them in the country, this fact is not widely known. Perhaps this is the reason why they are focusing their efforts initially on people from Zimbabwe.


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