Tag "Xenophobia"

WE WILL NOT ALLOW ATTACK ON NIGERIANS, OTHERS – SOUTH AFRICA

Johannesburg — South Africa on Monday said it will no longer allow its citizens to attack foreigners or destroy their businesses in the country under any guise. The Premier of

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BURNA BOY TO DONATE EARNINGS FROM SOUTH AFRICA ANTI-XENOPHOBIA CONCERT TO ATTACK VICTIMS

Award-winning Afrobeats star Burna Boy is scheduled to headline a concert in South Africa, just two months after he vowed never to return to the country following a spate of

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HERMAN MASHABA’S XENOPHOBIC LEGACY

The outgoing mayor’s tweet about the arrest statistics of migrants in Johannesburg over four years displays both his bigotry and a misunderstanding of how crime and policing work. When Johannesburg

XENOPHOBIA IN CLASSROOMS HARMS LEARNERS

Teenagers remain traumatised and fearful after xenophobia flared up in their schools and compromised their education. hey were always mocking me, telling me I am a foreigner, I can’t be

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XENOPHOBIC ATTACKS HIT SHOPRITE’S INTERNATIONAL SALES

SA’s largest grocer, Shoprite, said on Monday xenophobic violence weighed on turnover in its first quarter to end-September, with the management conducting a performance review after non-SA sales declined 4.9%.

XENOPHOBIC VIOLENCE IN SOUTH AFRICA

NPR’s Scott Simon talks with Shenilla Mohamed of Amnesty International about refugees in South Africa who are asking to leave the country because of xenophobic violence. Transcript SCOTT SIMON, HOST:

CAPE TOWN POLICE ACTION AGAINST REFUGEES UNDER SCRUTINY

The police have been condemned for the way they enforced a court order to remove people from the offices of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR), in Cape

THE DANGER OF ‘THE ANTI-IMMIGRANT NARRATIVE’

South Africa is witnessing a perfect storm, a concerted onslaught of violence – especially against women and children – xenophobia and the breakdown of law and order. And while none

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XENOPHOBIA: NIGERIA, SOUTH AFRICA WILL ADOPT EARLY WARNING MECHANISM, SAYS DABIRI-EREWA

The Nigerian government says it will implement the early warning signal mechanisms recently signed with South Africa Chairman/CEO of Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), Abike Dabiri-Erewa, gave the assurance following

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SOUTH AFRICANS ATTACK NIGERIANS AGAIN IN WITBANK

South Africans living in Mpumalamga province have attacked Nigerians in a fresh wave of xenophobic violence. Channels Television correspondent in South Africa reports that further information concerning the attack is