Inside South Africa's notorious anti-migrant group - BBC News

South African anti-migrant group Operation Dudula has become notorious for attacks on migrants, including raids on businesses belonging to foreign nationals.

Operation Dudula was set up in Soweto two years ago, the first group to formalise what had been sporadic waves of xenophobia fuelled vigilante attacks in South Africa since 2008.

It calls itself a civic movement and is a newly formed political party, running on an anti-migrant platform, with the word “dudula” meaning “to force out” in Zulu.

#BBCAfricaEye has gained rare access to members of the country’s most prominent anti-migrant movement, as they take to the streets and fight for political power.

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