Operation Dudula has reassured the public that it intends on conducting a peaceful march in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal on Sunday.
The group is launching its KZN operations, saying it also intends on delivering a memorandum of demands to the provincial Home Affairs Department and SAPS.
Operation Dudula is calling on the relevant authorities to take action against illegal immigrants.
The group’s Treasurer General Dan Radebe says Operation Dudula will not take action against people believed to be illegal immigrants such as in the recent events in Diepsloot, Johannesburg.
“On all our launches, we never confronted anybody and asked them for the IDs or passports or whatever because we are doing our march peacefully. We have got nothing to do with Diepsloot because people there stated on the media that Operation Dudula was present there,” says Radebe.
Operation Dudula has finally received permission to hold a march in KZN after their previous applications were rejected.
This comes after the intervention of the national leadership who held a meeting today in Durban to file the application to march this coming weekend. #Dudula pic.twitter.com/p3JoE0GEN5
— Operation Dudula (@OperationDudula) April 5, 2022
Foreign nationals concerned about Operation Dudula moving to Kwazulu Natal