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CSVR calls on Operation Dudula and other organizations to work together – SABC News

The Center for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation, CSVR, says it’s important for Operation Dudula and others to come together to explore the strengths and challenges related to existing micro-enterprise support strategies.

This follows recent calls from Operation Dudula to keep illegal aliens out of South Africa’s economic activities.

Dudula leader is Nhlanhla Lux spend the weekend behind bars after the alleged search of a house where drugs were allegedly being sold.

Nhlanhla Lux Dlamini to spend the weekend behind bars

CSVR researcher Boikanyo Moloto says preliminary findings from their latest study point to a lack of support from both government and the private sector for small businesses and community economies.

“In terms of distrust of the state and perception that the state is not functioning properly, this is a perception of communities and so we see examples of communities forming their own neighborhood watch and civic organizations to mitigate this perceived inadequacy of the SAPS services. And that speaks directly to the legitimacy of the state in the eyes of the citizens.”

Operation Dudula members say Nhlanhla Dlamini’s arrest was politically motivated

The lawyer states that the police are involved in Dudula operations

Lawyer for Operation Dudula leader Nhlanhla ‘Lux’ Dlamini says it is his understanding that police are involved in monitoring the movement’s activities.

Attorney Ike Khumalo responded Dlamini’s arrest Thursday night for burglary, burglary and intentional damage to property.

The SABC News reporter speaks with the lead attorney for Operation Dudula following his arrest

CSVR calls on Operation Dudula and other organizations to work together – SABC News

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