We are not xenophobic, says Operation Dudula as it launches North West branch

We are not xenophobic, says Operation Dudula as it launches North West branch

The controversial anti-migrant group launches its North West branch in Rustenburg on Wednesday.

Operation Dudula launched the North West branch in Rustenburg near Olympia Park stadium on April 27, 2022, Freedom Day. Photo: Masechaba Sefularo/EWN.

JOHANNESBURG – The regional coordinator of Operation Dudula in Rustenburg said they were called xenophobic when they were just showing their patriotism.

The controversial anti-migrant group launches its North West branch in Rustenburg on Wednesday.

Dudula has targeted suspected drug dens, unregistered businesses and undocumented foreign nationals whom they accuse of being responsible for much of the country’s socio-economic problems.

Rollance Mabula said that as an unemployed father living in Rustenburg, he decided to root out the rot from what he believed to be the source of this community’s problems.

“We have a problem of illegal immigrants in positions that are supposed to be filled by South Africans. How should I feel when I see people from outside this country coming to prostitute our children here? »

And while some of the songs that are sung use pejorative terms to refer to foreigners, Mabula said he and Operational Dudula are not xenophobic.

“There is no such thing, we have no problem with anyone being legally in this country.”

The regional coordinator said that after the launch in Rustenburg, they would go to other parts of the province, like the British in the local municipality of Madibeng.

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