Coalition of Civics Against Xenophobia March

Coalition of Civics Against Xenophobia March

Coalition of Civics Against Xenophobia

The Coalition of Civics Against Xenophobia is planning a march against crime, poverty, and xenophobia. It is going to start at 9 am, Thursday 9th March 2017. They expect the protesters to assemble at Burgers Park on Lilian Ngoyi Street and the destination is the Union Buildings.

We are a coalition of communities representing South African-born and foreign-born residents. Like all communities, we are frustrated with the serious social problems we face such as crime, poverty, and unemployment, But xenophobia is not the answer to our problems; it is a symptom of these very problems.

We are planning our march to be the start of a campaign to organize our communities. We need to build a mass movement that can take up the issues of wages, service delivery, housing, support for small businesses, job creation, and against corruption and the exploitation of foreign works etc.

Such a movement can only be built on the unity of our communities.

March with us to Union Buildings

Contact 079 554 0405 for more info.

Coalition of Civics Against Xenophobia Members distributing flyers at the Home Affairs in Marabastad

Coalition of Civics Against Xenophobia Members distributing flyers at the Home Affairs in Marabastad

Coalition of Civics Against Xenophobia Members distributing flyers at the Home Affairs in Marabastad

Coalition of Civics Against Xenophobia Members distributing flyers at the Home Affairs in Marabastad

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