Homes of Nigerians Burned in South Africa
Angry residents in Rosettenville, south of Johannesburg, have burnt 15 houses either belonging to or being rented by foreign nationals, claiming immigrants had turned the neighbourhood into a drug haven.
Vanguard, 12 February 2017
At least 15 houses either belonging or rented by immigrants, especially Nigerians, have been burnt by angry residents in Rosettenvile, south of Johannesburg. Read more »
Some angry residents attack houses of immigrants in Johannesburg (file photo).
South Africa: Government Delegation to Visit Troubled Rosettenville
News24Wire, 13 February 2017
A delegation of national and provincial government and police officials will visit Rosettenville on Monday after several houses were torched in an apparent anti-drug and… Read more »
Senior Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, has described the killing of a Nigerian in South Africa by members of the police as ... Read more »