Category Archives: Xenophobia

Entitlement and the Zulu King

IFP leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi in his speech defending the Zulu King spent a fair amount of it castigating South Africans for having a culture of entitlement.

IFP leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi, King Goodwill Zwelithini and President Jacob Zuma.  Image by: Thulani Mbele / Sowetan

IFP leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi, King Goodwill Zwelithini and President Jacob Zuma.
Image by: Thulani Mbele / Sowetan

Zuma cheered and jeered as he speaks to foreigners

Durban – President Jacob Zuma was cheered and jeered as he attempted to calm xenophobic tensions during a quick whirlwind visit of a refugee camp in Durban.

Zuma was cheered when he told the hundreds of refugees encamped on a sports field in the Westcliff area of Durban’s Chatsworth suburb that the government would help them to address their concerns, whether it was to stay in the country or to return home.

We live here legally, say foreigners

Tegan Scales heard the fears and frustrations of ordinary men and women, many with small children, living in a refugee camp.

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Policemen and Enforce Security officials crowd the entrance of a city-owned property at the end of a quiet road in Greenwood Park’s residential area.

Speak up against xenophobia in South Africa – Please sign this petition – we need your voice to save our country!

Dear friends,

SignWe are shocked by the recent xenophobic attacks in South Africa… and yet I’m not. While many of us may try to practice love and tolerance towards others, xenophobic attitudes remain deep and widespread — the recent events have just brought them to the surface once again.

Xenophobia: ‘payback’ threats issued – Boko Haram

African-based terror groups Boko Haram and al-Shabaab’s threats to attack South Africans in retaliation for xenophobic violence should not be taken lightly.

A crowd of anti-immigrant protesters demonstrate outside a Jeppe hostel in Johannesburg, where several foreigners had sought refuge. Several shops and cars owned by foreigners have been torched in downtown Joburg. Photo: Antoine de Ras

A crowd of anti-immigrant protesters demonstrate outside a Jeppe hostel in Johannesburg, where several foreigners had sought refuge. Several shops and cars owned by foreigners have been torched in downtown Joburg. Photo: Antoine de Ras

I AM NIGERIAN AND I AM NOT A CRIMINAL!

I have come to realise over my ten years of stay in South Africa that many South Africans really do not know much about Nigerians, any more than they know the rest of Africa.

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Sasol to evacuate employees over unrest in Mozambique

Lebombo Border Post is reported as open and traffic is moving against after shots were fired earlier.

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LEBOMBO BORDER POST – Sasol’s Mozambican employees have joined in the protests against South Africans, following the recent reported incidents of violence against foreign nationals in South Africa.

Xenophobia: Multiculturalism FAILS in South Africa! Finally the Rainbow Nation is exposed as a lie. Wake Up!

Finally the Rainbow Nation is exposed for the Marxist Communist, mass marketing propaganda lie that it is.

Marchers against xenophobia run from tear gas in Dr Pixley Kaseme (West) Street in Durban. Picture: Doctor Ngcobo

Marchers against xenophobia run from tear gas in Dr Pixley Kaseme (West) Street in Durban. Picture: Doctor Ngcobo

Will South Africans continue naively denying what Europe has now realised? (In a recent poll 95% of British admitted multiculturalism was a failure).

Released: list of the 9 murder victims – minority group under attack in South Africa

While the country was preoccupied with history/colonialism and burning Statues all over South Africa, 9 brutal murders (all separate incidents) took place the first two weeks of this month alone (April 2015), and not a word or an outcry? 

Police deploy 800 cops but xenophobia spreads in KwaZulu-Natal

Attacks on foreign nationals‚ which started in Durban‚ have spread to Pietermaritzburg.

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A group of about 15 South Africans attempted to loot Congolese-owned shops in the city centre.

Midlands police spokesman Constable Kenetth Ngobese said police were called to East Street before the group could strike.