It’s very sad that South African people have decided to fight against their fellow Africans ( Xenophobia ) especially from countries that freely gave them refuge and looked after their exiled leaders including many other refugees who ran away from apartheid regime.
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Countries like Zambia, Zimbabwe and Mozambique suffered direct damages on the border bombings by apartheid army. BUT the European citizens are left free, it’s very unfortunate that their fellow Africans are killed on the streets, this is very sad, according to the guardian.
Xenophobia has become rampant in SA!
The ICC ( International criminal Court ), has begun its investigations into the statement which was made by the king of Zulu, Goodwill Zwelithini, which seems to have caused hundreds of foreigners forced from their residences and their businesses destroyed, some of them have been also killed, the main target is to force-out the African immigrants from south Africa.
David Mahlobo, the state minister said,” government has xenophobia under control while addressing business owners and local traders at the eThekwini City Hall on Wednesday, the recent attacks on African foreigners where inhuman and murderous.”said Mahlobo”.
We strongly condemn the brutal act, we heard that local traders say that foreigners are taking their jobs. we want to let you know that we are dealing with the situation whatsoever, we as South African, we cannot just attack foreigners because that is not the sign of friendship and peace which is preserved in the Constitution.”said Mahlobo.”
The South African president Jacob Zuma called for peace on Wednesday after the killing of five people in xenophobic attacks in KwaZulu-Natal. President Zuma said on SABC broadcast that what is happening in South Africa is not tolerated
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