Planned protest ‘Operation Dudula’ to take place in Yeoville and Pretoria next week

16 June 2021: Nhlanhla Lux addresses a crowd of people who have surrounded the house of a person claimed to be a drug dealer. He emerged as one of the leaders of Operation Dudula. Photographer: James Oatway
16 June 2021: Nhlanhla Lux addresses a crowd of people who have surrounded the house of a person claimed to be a drug dealer. He emerged as one of the leaders of Operation Dudula. Photographer: James Oatway

The planned clean-out protest to stop the issuance of Zimbabwean work permits and other immigrants in South Africa is to take place in Yeoville on the 21st November while the second protest will be held on the 24th of November at the Union Buildings in Pretoria.

According, to the shared poster on Twitter, the #PutSouthAfricanFirst and #NoToZimWorkPermits tagged event is set is for 10 am on the two separated scheduled dates for the protests.

According, to the shared poster on Twitter which has been circulating for months online, warning “We will be removing all illegal foreign nationals by force!!!” Similar posters doing the rounds contained even more inflammatory language and images.

“We have been seeing quite a number of xenophobic tweets from @MrHandsome_ZA and a few others and we believe this could be the same person behind the reported @uLerato_pillay who was behind the explosive xenophobic tweets last year August 2020,” said a Tech ex-pat in Johannesburg.

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