Is Xenophobia Resurfacing in South Africa?
The government has condemned the looting of shops belonging to foreign nationals in some townships in Johannesburg. In the most recent incident two men were allegedly killed by a Somali shop owner during an altercation.
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South Africa: Government Condemns Violent Incidents (press release)
South African Government, 28 May 2013
Government has noted with concern so-called xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals in townships around the Vaal and Gauteng. These acts of violence are pure criminal activities ... read more »
South Africa: 45 Held for Diepsloot Violence
South African Press Association, 28 May 2013
Forty-five people have been arrested for public violence, housebreaking, and possession of unlicensed firearms in Diepsloot, north of Johannesburg, police said on Tuesday. read more »
South Africa: Diepsloot Quiet After Shop Shooting
South African Press Association, 27 May 2013
No complaints of intimidation have been reported to Diepsloot police on Monday after a shop owner shot dead two alleged robbers at the weekend, said police. read more »