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Wednesday, 16 October, 2019

Police pick up over 600 people during mass arrest of undocumented foreigners in South Africa


At least 600 foreign nationals were arrested by South African police on Wednesday, August 7th.

In the targeted search operation carried out in the main city, Johannesburg, police also confiscated firearms and a “large consignment” of counterfeit goods in various buildings.

David Makhura, premier of the Gauteng province which surrounds Johannesburg, tweeted that the operation is a part of a clean-up operation saying, ‘we are cleaning up our CBD. We will not rest until we take our City back. We are sending a very strong message to all those who think they can occupy our buildings illegally’.

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He said the authorities were happy with the number of suspects arrested, according to South African newspaper the Citizen.

“The main issue have [sic] been with people who are driving taxis without licences and these taxis are not supposed to be on our roads,” the paper quotes the premier as saying. The operation, known as O Kae Molao, is trending on social media, where some people raised concerns that it might encourage xenophobia:

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