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Thousands Joined The Peace March Against Xenophobia Attack In Durban SA

The xenophobia attack on foreigners in South Africa spread to Johannesburg and Pietermaritzburg on Wednesday where five people including a 14-year-old boy have been killed during violence since last week , several businesses for foreigners have been closed following the threats, according to Gateway news. More police has been deployed to calm down the situation.[1]

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This morning more than 5000 people have joined the peace match against xenophobia violence through Darban’s streets in solidarity with foreign nationals.

The peace bus has been provided in Zwazulu- Natal for the peace match with the Johannesburg residents that have traveled over night to show peace with foreigners who are affected.[3]

Above is a video showing president Jacob Zuma condemning the outbreak of xenophobic attacks and called for peace.[2]

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