Thursday, April 16

 4/16/2015         No comments

 After serious attacks on foreigners, South Africa is set to hold a huge protest march against xenophobia in the coastal city of Durban. Organisers said about 10,000 people were expected, in the city's biggest show of solidarity with foreigners.

At least five people have been killed and foreign-owned shops looted in attacks since last week. The influential Zulu king has been accused of fuelling the violence - charges he denies.

Locals accuse foreigners of taking their jobs in a country where the official unemployment rate is 24%.


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