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Clashes and looting targeting immigrants and shops owned by foreigners have continued in South Africa's business capital, Johannesburg. In a second day of the attacks in the city since xenophobic...
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Xenophobia: Rubber bullets, tear gas, and pleas for it to stop2015-04-18 09:50 Johannesburg - Six people died this week and thousands were displaced as hostility between some locals and foreigners...
2015/04/17 22:50
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South Africa seeks diplomatic support to defeat anti-immigrant unrest South Africa seeks diplomatic support from countries across the continent to defeat the ''demon'' of anti-immigrant violence...
2015/04/17 16:30
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Addis Ababa — "Whatever the challenges we may be facing, no circumstances justify attacks on people, whether foreigners or locals. It is unacceptable." She lamented. According to ENA, while calling...
2015/04/17 15:40
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Blantyre — Lilongwe has ruled out any possibility of a diplomatic spat with South Africa following xenophobic attacks in the rainbow nation which have affected 420 Malawians, three of whom are...
2015/04/17 15:39
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This article is part of a series researched and written by the respected Center for Public Integrity in Washington and originally published by the Center and the Washington Post. Rodney Wilkinson is...
2015/04/17 14:35
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MIKE PENTELOWMary Chamberlain, centre, with some of the other London Recruits including Ronnie Kasrils, who is wearing a brown cap. In the early 1970s, as the ANC struggled to combat racism, Mary...
2015/04/17 14:32
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The SADC Council of NGOs yesterday condemned the spate of deadly xenophobic attacks in South Africa. The xenophobic attacks ominously came after Zulu king Goodwill Zwelithini told a gathering at...
2015/04/17 13:29
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Despite the heavy police presence, a crowd of people gathered between in the city centre, chanting: “They must go”. By Muhammad Bello, Jaiyeola Andrews, Damilola Oyedele And Chiemelie Ezeobi With...
2015/04/17 12:30
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Lagos — The Federal Government and the African Union (AU) have been called upon to put pressure on the South African government to end the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians and other Africans in the...
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The President of the Nigerian Union in South Africa, Mr Ikechukwu Anyene, said on Friday that xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals were on the increase. Anyene told the News Agency of Nigeria...
2015/04/17 12:18
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A local taxi driver is pushed around during a confrontation with foreign nationals in the Johannesburg Central Business District. Credit: AFP Sasol has sent home its South African employees who are...
2015/04/17 11:30
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Presidency confirms telephonic discussion between Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa and US Vice President Joe Biden on AGOA In response to media queries The Presidency confirms that Deputy President...
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Pretoria - The African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) has generated enormous good will for the US in the African continent, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies says. "Our message is that AGOA...
2015/04/17 10:18
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Xenophobia: Rubber bullets fired in volatile Jeppestown One person was injured as police dispersed a crowd that targeted a Nigerian-owned garage in Jeppestown. Police used rubber bullets to scare...
2015/04/17 09:29
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So long as a majority of South Africans remain foreigners to the national economy, attacks against fellow Africans shall be a recurrent theme, thus furthering white interests by keeping us divided...
2015/04/17 08:34
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CAPE ARGUSUCT student and Rhodes Must Fall campaign spokeswoman Kealeboga Ramaru was among about 40 students who protested outside Parliament against the attacks on foreigners. She is pictured...
2015/04/17 07:15
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Leon Lotz was once a member of Koevoet – “crowbar” in Afrikaans – a paramilitary police unit created by South Africa’s apartheid regime to root out guerrillas in what is now Namibia. Thirty years...
2015/04/17 05:29
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Environmental justice organisation, Earthlife Africa Johannesburg, will be holding a series of pickets over the next two weeks outside of the French based company GDF Suez's offices in Woodmead,...
2015/04/17 04:04
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Below is statement by the Welshman Ncube-led MDC party on the xenophobic violence in South Africa: THE MDC is disturbed by the escalation of xenophobic attacks on foreigners in South Africa. With an...
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