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'See what SA had to say about Cyril Dudula activities after SADC challenged him about them.

One of the individuals who questioned South African President Cyril Ramaphosa regarding Dudula activities visited President Mnangagwa.

Human rights abuses in Zimbabwe are a question I'd like to know if SADC ever raised them. It's impossible to have just one side of a piece of bread. Is the SADC going to listen to the concerns of South Africans? The time has come for the citizens of South Africa to tell SADC to fuck off. You have to come and grab them if they don't. No one is looking out for us. They all believe that South Africa owes them everything when it comes to their country. We'd like to think that this meek and obedient president would see that they have no legal authority over South Africa or Africa as a whole. Without being told what to do, SA is a country with its own internal challenges that must be managed. As long as the ANC did not grasp its mandate, Mr. Ramaphosa never confronted SADC over the mayhem their citizens had caused in South Africa.

For them, government is about appeasing 'friends,' not about addressing the needs of the general public at large. Because he never took the time to listen to the people of South Africa, he has no idea how urgent the situation is. He was unable to respond. Because he never took the time to listen to the people of South Africa, he has no idea how serious this issue really is. He was unable to respond. ” Did he even make a public announcement of his ministers' journey to Diepsloot? In 1994, apartheid was overthrown, and by 2024, illegal immigration would be abolished. Due to the absence of Dudula from the field of candidates in previous elections, voters were unable to cast their ballots for another party.

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https://twitter.com/MadiBoity/status/1524766461058818048?t=0KLf7ElXvpv6U392SfrQDA&s=19

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