Operation Dudula challenges ZEP extension

Zandile Dabula, national secretary-general of the movement, said it rejected the “vague” reasons behind the special advisory committee’s decision.
By Timeslive and News24 Sep. 7, 2022

Help us lobby for reforms, Chamisa pleads with SA

Help us lobby for reforms, Chamisa pleads with SA
By Miriam Mangwaya Sep. 7, 2022

There is enough land for all us

As Operation Dudula heats up in South Africa, there are growing concerns as to where those that have lived across the Limpopo will fit when they return home.
By Kudakwashe Gwabanayi Sep. 2, 2022

Govt in shock migration admission

“Migration has become one of the main pillars of our people’s survival, especially in the contemporary era characterised by the massive international movement of people for a number of reasons including earning a living. We have approximately 1,5 million Zimbabweans staying in South Africa legally and illegally,” Shava said on Thursday.

By The Independent Aug. 29, 2022

The day SA closes the border

In the same two decades, South  Africa has experienced two waves of Afrophobia — an attack on African migrants by local vigilante groups in poor communities. The attacks were so severe that thousands were displaced, dozens killed and hundreds maimed, creating a humanitarian crisis.

By The Independent Aug. 27, 2022

Migrants repel Operation Dudula

This was revealed by Zimbabwean human rights activist, Nobuhle Ajiti, who told NewsDay that members of Operation Dudula were trying to close the market, but migrants with the help of South African police and members of Julius Malema’s opposition Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF).

By The Independent Jun. 21, 2022

Tough times ahead for Zim migrants in South Africa

It took only 20 years for things to fall apart in Zimbabwe and it has taken the same period of time, still counting, to establish an economic recovery path. Part of the reason is that our leadership has made elections and politics a major project over economic recovery. They are all about power and plunder and economic development is a language they use only during elections.

By The Independent May. 2, 2022

Do our leaders draw lessons from global emergencies?

The COVID-19 pandemic is slowing down though it remains a threat. At the height of the pandemic there were a lot of changes and lessons that took place. One of the major ones is that we do not always need to leave our homes to go to work or to trade. We can do business from our homes and that reduces several costs such as transport and rentals, while creating more family time. Let’s make our homes comfortable.

By The Independent Apr. 25, 2022

Dudula: Deep-seated frustration meets prejudice, weak leadership

Since at least July 2008, South Africa has witnessed multiple waves of what has been termed Afrophobia, as immigrants, almost exclusively from the African continent, have borne the brunt of some South Africans’ anger.

By The Independent Apr. 22, 2022