The Time of Xenophobia

by Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi MP

The tragic xenophobic attacks taking flame in various parts of our country are not a new phenomenon. They are not even unpredictable, and should not have taken us by surprise. In May 2008, South Africa experienced a rash of attacks against foreigners which saw bloodshed, loss of life, destruction of property and deep social trauma.

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