Kenyans flee Pretoria after fresh round of deadly attacks erupt - Daily Nation

Protesters chant slogans during past clashes believed to be linked to recent anti-foreigner violence in Reiger Park, Johannesburg, May 19, 2008. Fresh round of xenophobic violence has broken in Gauteng Province of South Africa. PHOTO | FILE | REUTERS ...

SA speaks xenophobic attacks - The Herald

The South African Government has assured fellow Africans staying in that country that it will not tolerate xenophobia related acts as reported in most parts of Gauteng Province in the past seven days. Home Affairs Minister Mr Malusi Gigaba set the ...

Am I an African? On xenophobia and violence in SA 2017 - The Herald

We like to tell ourselves we are better. We pride ourselves on being survivors of the fires of history. We are told we live in a country of believers. We have prayers at many occasions of state. But we also tell ourselves we are different, special ...

Malawians Concerned Over Protests - Capital Radio Malawi (press release) (blog)

Concern is growing among people with relations in South Africa, following reports of protests against foreign nationals in that country. Foreign missions in the country have been issuing warnings to people from their countries, urging them to keep safe ...

Nigeria: Xenophobia - Nigerian Students Threaten South African Companies - AllAfrica.com

The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has given 48 hours ultimatum to all South African companies in Nigeria to relocate over the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa. The students gave the ultimatum at a peaceful ...

Tense exchanges between SA and Nigeria as MTN offices attacked in Abuja - Business Day (registration)

Should we start counting how many South Africans have died in SA at the hands of Nigerian nationals? This was the question posed by Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba in response to a question about the figure of "about 116" Nigerians said to have ...