Operation Dudula: Relative Calm Restored in Alexandra Following Clashes

Operation Dudula Relative Calm Restored in Alexandra Following Clashes With Foreign Nationals (News Central TV)

A large contingent of JMPD vans is seen in Alexandra, north of Johannesburg on March 8, 2022 amid clashes between locals and foreign nationals.

Relative calm has been restored to the streets Alexandra township, north of Johannesburg, following violent clashes between locals and foreigners.

Member of the Johannesburg Mayoral Committee for Community Safety, David Tembe says law enforcement is succeeding in restoring law and order in the area.

The recent tensions come as members of the Alexandra Dudula Movement took to the streets of the township earlier this week, burning tyres and forcefully closing all shops and informal stores belonging to foreign nationals.

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The movement’s members are demanding a total shutdown of all South African townships in protest against undocumented foreigners that they accuse of dominating jobs in the informal sector.


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