Operation Dudula calls for the takeover of Krugersdorp Police Station on the West Rand in Gauteng. He is also calling for the West Rand Police District Commissioner, Fred Kekan, to resign.

They left the Dudula march to the police station. Eight young women were gang-raped in Krugersdorp’s West Village last month by allegedly undocumented foreigners working as illegal miners in the area.

14 miners, including a 15-year-old, are accused of rape. Movement member Dan Radebe says Kekana should resign immediately as he has failed to deal with crime in the area for years.

Radebe laments: “If he can prove that to us, we will take our struggle national. At this moment, he will take on the entire burden of the people, he will feel it. We are not going to rest. If that means we’re coming back next month, we’re going to be back until he’s out of office, the rapes have been going on for years, so we’re calling for this police station to be put into administration until they fix it.”

Video: Operation Dudula leads to Krugersdorp police station

Operation Dudula in Orlando

The focus is on business on the site. This comes after they marched to the Krugersdorp Police Station in the West Rand earlier in the morning, calling for the administration of the Krugersdorp Police Station in the West Rand of Gauteng.

Zandile Dabula, national spokesperson for Operation Dudula, says the businesses in the Orlando Industrial Park are not investing in the community in which they do business.

“This place is called Orlando Industrial Park, it is supposed to benefit South Africans, but it is not. Here 95% are undocumented foreign nationals who own businesses, some obviously working. Our South Africans are unemployed and there is no place for them to occupy these businesses because there are no South Africans here and most of these businesses here they are not giving back to the community,” Dabula said.

Video: Operation “Dudula” marches to Sovet

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