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ANC will kiss KZN goodbye. Look at what Operation Dudula did there

Since the beginning of Operation Dudula, we have only heard of three political parties expressing their opposition to the movement. This is something that we have noticed. The ANC, the EFF, and the DA are the names of these parties. The national of Dudula has been welcomed by parties such as the Patriotic Alliance. It has been whispered that the Inkatha Freedom Party will also be collaborating with Operation Dudula in the province of KwaZulu-Natal. 

As a result of the IFP's collaboration with Operation Dudula and Put South Africans First in immigration regulations, the ANC will soon have to say their goodbyes to KwaZulu-Natal. Additionally, the EFF and DA will have a difficult time winning the upcoming elections, and it is becoming clear that the IFP will win back KZN in 2024. It would appear that Operation Dudula is in command... The DA, the ANC, and the EFF will all be dead by 2024. After its tour to KZN, Operation Dudula earned support from local residents. Despite the fact that they felt they were being passed over for employment opportunities, participants in the movement made offers to help rebuild the areas that had been impacted by the recent floods as part of volunteer efforts. 

On Monday, Operation Dudula was working to recruit unemployed graduates in South Africa who have experience in the built and construction business so that they can contribute vital skills to the reconstruction of KZN. Operation Dudula was a success in the province of KwaZulu-Natal because it ordered that recent flood victims be given housing in hijacked inner city and other buildings that were occupied by non-citizens. The movement asserted that "there is no need for South Africans to be abandoned in wetlands and river banks" (there is no necessity for this to happen). (Source: 

The IFP and Operation Dudula are not completely dissimilar to one another. The Employment Services Amendment Bill, which the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) has recently offered to Parliament in an effort to place restrictions on the ability of foreign nationals to find work in the country, was recently introduced. According to Liezl van der Merwe, a member of parliament for the IFP, the purpose of the law is to govern the recruitment of migrant workers in unskilled and semi-skilled positions, such as those found in the hospitality industry, the e-hailing industry, the trucking industry, and other fields. Due to the fact that they both uphold the same feelings, the two can work together quite well. 

In the meantime, Zandile Dubula, the national secretary of Operation Dudula, stated that the movement will also target immigrants who are living lawfully in South Africa but are working in low-paying occupations. "Even if you have the right to be in this country, you are not allowed to work in a business that serves food." Zandile Dubula, the national secretary for Dudula, made this statement while the organization was launching over the weekend in Cape Town. "Working in a restaurant does not require any special skills," she said. 


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