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THE National Art Gallery in Bulawayo is set host an art exhibition in honour of the country's independence celebrations. Zimbabwe celebrates its 35th year as an independent country on Saturday, April...
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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...
2015/04/18 06:29
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By Thupeyo Muleya, Lovemore Mataire, Nyemudzai Kakore The repatriation of over 1 000 Zimbabweans displaced in escalating xenophobic attacks in Durban is expected to start tomorrow, the country's...
2015/04/18 03:45
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The app does not require a stylus – a fingertip will do. It initially supports 82 languages and 20 distinct scripts. It works with both printed and cursive writing. It will convert writing to...
2015/04/17 18:18
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OPINION: Are foreigners stealing jobs in South Africa? Xenophobia,Xenophobia South Africa,Foreigners attacked Africa Check takes a look at what it means to be a migrant trying to make a living in...
2015/04/17 15:03
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Amanda Khoza, News24 Durban - More than 2 000 displaced foreigners have been moved from Greenwood Park to Rydalvale Sports Ground in Phoenix. Families were ferried in 24 buses from wards in Verulem...
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2015/04/17 14:32
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Pretoria — Cabinet has condemned in the strongest terms the acts of violence against foreign nationals and has called on all communities to take a stand against the attacks. "South Africa is not a...
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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...
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Addis Ababa — Ethiopia's Ambassador to South Africa, Ambassador Mulugeta Kelil and embassy staff travelled to Durban from Pretoria where the Embassy is located, to discuss the situation with local...
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Pretoria — SOUTH Africa Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Maite Nkoana-Mashabane, pledged her government would work with fellow African governments in the continent to resolve the...
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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 12:48
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Diasporian News of Friday, 17 April 2015 In view of the defacing of statues, ongoing sporadic attacks and looting of foreign national shops, particularly in Kwa-Zulu Natal and Gauteng, Joint...
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A video has surfaced showing Nigerian pastor, T.B. Joshua, warning South Africans of a "youth revolt" in their nation which would result in deaths of "certain people". The clip, uploaded to Joshua's...
2015/04/17 12:04
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KING Goodwill Zwelithini will host an imbizo in Durban on Monday in an effort to quell the xenophobia sweeping the country. KwaZulu-Natal Premier Senzo Mchunu said on Friday that the imbizo, which is...
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Sasol is repatriating 340 South Africans working at its projects in Mozambique over fears for their safety after foreign nationals were attacked back home, the synthetics fuel maker said on...
2015/04/17 11:56
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Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba. (Department of Home Affairs/Peggy Nkomo/Flickr) Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has apologised to foreign nationals in KwaZulu-Natal after they were attacked...
2015/04/17 11:36
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Durban - King Goodwill Zwelithini will host an imbizo in Durban on Monday in an effort to quell the xenophobia sweeping the country. KwaZulu-Natal Premier Senzo Mchunu said on Friday that the imbizo,...
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REUTERSA Sasol gas-processing plant near Vilanculos, in the Inhambane province of Mozambique. File photo: Juda Ngwenya Johannesburg - Sasol is repatriating 340 South Africans working at its projects...
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Police raided a hostel east of Johannesburg on 16 April after reports that residents were behind a wave of attacks on foreign-owned shops.South African police raid a hostel in Benoni, outside...
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In the midst of all this xenophobic bloodshed I thought wait a minute, why are all South Africans or Zulu speaking people being blamed for these attacks. Yes I am foreigner living in South Africa and...
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