#Operation Dudula was held at Bara taxi rank In Diepkloof (Gauteng Province) earlier today, foreign national hawkers were chased away from doing business at the rank, some of their stock was set alight.
According to the Flyingnewslive news report, earlier today, Sunday 16 January 2022 foreign national hawkers were chased away from doing business at Bara taxi rank in Diepkloof, this illegal operation was conducted by a mob of local people in what they call #OperationDudula, a lot of foreign national hawkers have lost their stock due to it being set alight.
The video footage of the incident has been making rounds on social media luckily there are no reports of people being harmed, it's unclear at this stage what was the real motivation behind this illegal operation, police have already launched an investigation on the matter and those who are found to have been involved in this illegal operation will be arrested.
People are urged to refrain from taking the law into their own hands.
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