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'South Africa should be eternally grateful to Nigeria' - Independent Online;

'South Africa should be eternally grateful to Nigeria' - Independent Online

Independent Online'South Africa should be eternally grateful to Nigeria'Independent OnlineAbuja – The ongoing attacks on Nigerian nationals in some parts of South Africa were a "criminal ingratitude" by South Africa to the role played by Nigeria in liberating the country, an analyst has said. "Apartheid is one dark era in the history of ...and more »

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

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

Daily NationKenyans flee Pretoria after fresh round of deadly attacks eruptDaily NationProtesters 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 ...and more »

SA speaks xenophobic attacks - The Herald;

SA speaks xenophobic attacks - The Herald

The HeraldSA speaks xenophobic attacksThe HeraldThe 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 ...and more »

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

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

The HeraldAm I an African? On xenophobia and violence in SA 2017The HeraldWe 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 ...and more »

Anti-immigrant protests erupt in South African capital - Toronto Star;

Anti-immigrant protests erupt in South African capital - Toronto Star

Toronto StarAnti-immigrant protests erupt in South African capitalToronto StarProtesters marched toward the foreign ministry, some carrying sticks or pipes. A petition they handed to the ministry suggested that the government teach foreigners to speak properly. South African riot police detain and arrest South African nationals ...and more »

South Africa anti-immigrant protests erupt in capital - New Zimbabwe.com;

South Africa anti-immigrant protests erupt in capital - New Zimbabwe.com

New Zimbabwe.comSouth Africa anti-immigrant protests erupt in capitalNew Zimbabwe.comPRETORIA: Police fired stun grenades, rubber bullets and water cannon Friday as the latest wave of anti-immigrant protests broke out in South Africa's capital, while President Jacob Zuma condemned anti-foreigner violence and appealed for calm. "We don ...and more »

South Africans fed up with crime, not xenophobic - Zuma - News24;

South Africans fed up with crime, not xenophobic - Zuma - News24

News24South Africans fed up with crime, not xenophobic - ZumaNews24Johannesburg – President Jacob Zuma says the march against immigrants in Pretoria on Friday is evidence that citizens are fed up with crime. Speaking after the launch of Operation Phakisa, which is aimed at boosting various sectors of the South African ...and more »

Zuma wants law changed to allow land expropriation without compensation - Business Day (registration);

Zuma wants law changed to allow land expropriation without compensation - Business Day (registration)

Business Day (registration)Zuma wants law changed to allow land expropriation without compensationBusiness Day (registration)SA will amend its laws to allow expropriation of land without compensation for owners as it tries to speed up the redistribution of land to the black majority, President Jacob Zuma said on Friday. Expropriation without compensation would mark a radical ...and more »

Anti-immigrant protest in S. Africa turns violent - Anadolu Agency;

Anti-immigrant protest in S. Africa turns violent - Anadolu Agency

Anadolu AgencyAnti-immigrant protest in S. Africa turns violentAnadolu AgencyPolice in South Africa fired stun grenades and rubber bullets Friday to break up a standoff between anti-immigrant protesters and a group of foreign nationals in the capital Pretoria. Ihsaan Haffejee, a photojournalist for Anadolu Agency, was hit twice ...and more »

South African police fire rubber bullets at anti-immigrant march: Report - Zee News

South African police fire rubber bullets at anti-immigrant march: ReportZee NewsGauteng: South African police fired rubber bullets and stun grenades to break up clashes between local protesters and migrants in Pretoria on Friday at a march against immigration. Shops and homes owned by foreigners have been looted and torched in ...and more »

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

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

Capital Radio Malawi (press release) (blog)Malawians Concerned Over ProtestsCapital 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 ...and more »

Don't 'brandish' all non-nationals as criminals - Zuma - News24;

Don't 'brandish' all non-nationals as criminals - Zuma - News24

News24Don't 'brandish' all non-nationals as criminals - ZumaNews24Johannesburg – President Jacob Zuma has strongly condemned the violent tensions which have recently broken out between South Africans and immigrants in parts of Gauteng. - Are you there? Send us your eyewitness accounts and photos. His office ...and more »

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

Nigeria: Xenophobia - Nigerian Students Threaten South African CompaniesAllAfrica.comThe 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 ...and more »

Xenophobia: MTN 'shuts' offices in Nigeria, police 'on guard' - News24;

Xenophobia: MTN 'shuts' offices in Nigeria, police 'on guard' - News24

News24Xenophobia: MTN 'shuts' offices in Nigeria, police 'on guard'News24Abuja – Police in Nigeria are reportedly guarding the head office of the mobile phone giant MTN in the capital Abuja after protesters against xenophobic attacks in South Africa tried to storm it on Thursday. According to BBC, the building was sealed ...and more »

MTN Nigeria office shut down by protesters angry at South Africa xenophobic attacks - International Business Times UK;

MTN Nigeria office shut down by protesters angry at South Africa xenophobic attacks - International Business Times UK

International Business Times UKMTN Nigeria office shut down by protesters angry at South Africa xenophobic attacksInternational Business Times UKProtests erupted in Abuja after homes and shops owned by foreigners were set alight in Pretoria. Ludovica Iaccino. By Ludovica Iaccino. February 23, 2017 19:07 GMT. MTN Group A general view of the headquarters of South Africa's MTN Group in ...and more »

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

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

Business Day (registration)Tense exchanges between SA and Nigeria as MTN offices attacked in AbujaBusiness 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 ...and more »

We want to return home – Ghanaians living in South Africa - GhanaWeb

We want to return home – Ghanaians living in South AfricaGhanaWebSome Ghanaians living in South Africa have expressed strong desire to return home following brutal xenophobic attacks on some African Nationals in that country, Donald, a Ghanaian in South Africa has said. He told Francis Abban on the Morning Starr on ...and more »

Nigeria summons SA ambassador over attacks in Pretoria - eNCA;

Nigeria summons SA ambassador over attacks in Pretoria - eNCA

eNCANigeria summons SA ambassador over attacks in PretoriaeNCAFile:Foreign nationals hold a placard during an anti-xenophobia march outside the City Hall of Durban on April 8, 2015. Photo: AFP / Rajesh Jantilal. ABUJA - Nigeria's foreign minister on Wednesday condemned recent attacks on Nigerians in South Africa ...and more »

Nigerian Parliament Condemns Xenophobic Attacks In South Africa - SaharaReporters.com;

Nigerian Parliament Condemns Xenophobic Attacks In South Africa - SaharaReporters.com

SaharaReporters.comNigerian Parliament Condemns Xenophobic Attacks In South AfricaSaharaReporters.comThe lawmakers also urged the President Muhammadu Buhari administration to recall the country's ambassador to South Africa ahead of a major anti-Nigerian rally planned for Friday. by Premium Times Feb 22, 2017. Nigeria's House of Representatives on ...and more »

'Drive foreigners out' - new political party - Times LIVE;

'Drive foreigners out' - new political party - Times LIVE

Times LIVE'Drive foreigners out' - new political partyTimes LIVEThe South African First party was founded and registered with the Independent Electoral Commission. File photo. Image by: Reuben Goldberg. A new political party with virulent anti-foreign national sentiment has been launched by a budding Pretoria ...and more »