Xenophobia - Cloud of Fear Hangs Over Zimbabweans in South Africa
Zimbabweans say they are living in fear of xenophobic attacks in South Africa after "reckless" statements made by President Cyril Ramaphosa at his party's election campaign rally. Rival Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema reacted angrily to what Ramaphosa said - arguing that Africans not be blinded by artificial colonial boundaries.
New Zimbabwe, 31 March 2019
ZIMBABWEANS living in South Africa are scared of an outbreak of xenophobic attacks following "reckless" statements made by the neighbouring country's leader Cyril Ramaphosa at an… Read more »
New Zimbabwe, 1 April 2019
THE ongoing xenophobic attacks in neighbouring South Africa will cause damage and theft on Zimbabwean goods transited through the Durban port if combative action is not taken on… Read more »
About 100 foreign nationals, mostly from Malawi, have blamed government officials for a series of xenophobic attacks after they were forced to sleep in an open space near Sydenham ... Read more »