Category Archives: Xenophobia

SA’s shocking crime wave goes viral

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South Africa’s high incidence of crime is going viral, with footage from CCTV and private security, reflecting some of the country’s most shocking and brutal crimes, making its way on to YouTube.

In one of the most shocking incidents, Durban man Ryan Sutherland and a friend are ambushed by two men with a panga and knife, hidden in bushes outside Sutherland’s home in 2013. A third man joins in the attack, which sees them stab Sutherland twice, then enter his home through the kitchen, terrifying a woman inside. – Watch footage as Ryan talks about leaving South Africa.  A recent study showed that 1 in 3 white South Africans are thinking about leaving South Africa permanently. Also see how the police are playing it down as usual.  With over 50 murders a day according to our latest crime stats, one cannot continue to deny the obvious any longer.

Robert Mugabe blames South African whites for black-on-black xenophobia

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President Mugabe has called on South Africans to direct their xenophobia at whites instead of blacks. ‘I give poison not for you to swallow but to give to someone else’ he told the applauding staff at SADC Headquarters in Botswana.

Robert Mugabe blames South African whites for black-on-black xenophobia

Robert Mugabe blames South African whites for black-on-black xenophobia

SA police arrest nearly 200 immigrants in post-xenophobic attacks raid

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198 illegal immigrants were arrested in a raid in Johannesburg on Thursday, officials said, after a spate of xenophobic attacks that has thrust millions of foreign workers into the spotlight.

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Local mobs have targeted immigrant workers from Zimbabwe, Malawi and other African countries in unrest that left at least seven people dead in the past month.

Breaking News – Boko Haram is in Zimabwe en Route to South Africa – Ziminsider

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Zimbabwe’s Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) has communicated an intelligence report that says the Nigerian militant group Boko Haram is in Zimbabwe en route to South Africa.

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Boko Haram – Nigeria

They march to unite our Nation

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Mr Duncan Nyawo and his three companions started their journey to the Union Buildings to raise awareness of the killings of white farmers and police officers yesterday. They have already reached Belfast.

Xenophobia: SANDF tight lipped on troop deployment

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Durban – Military top brass are keeping mum on the deployment of SANDF troops to KwaZulu-Natal.

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SANDF spokesperson Xolani Mabanga told News24 that troops had been deployed in the province, which has seen the lion’s share of xenophobic violence and unrest.

Bogus SA cops rob Zim visitors – Bus Hijack horror

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Zimbabwe travellers on an Intercape bus were held up and robbed by armed men “dressed as police” near Hammanskraal, Gauteng, before dawn on Tuesday.

UNDER ATTACK: Hundreds of foreign nationals wait by their belongings before boarding buses heading back to Zimbabwe from a temporary refugee camp in Chatsworth, south of Durban on Sunday. (AFP)

UNDER ATTACK: Hundreds of foreign nationals wait by their belongings before boarding buses heading back to Zimbabwe from a temporary refugee camp in Chatsworth, south of Durban on Sunday. (AFP)

Minister deployed SA Defence Force – Alexandra South Africa

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Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula has just announced that the South African Defence Force will be deployed to Alexandra.

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JOHANNESBURG – The Minister of Defence Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula on Tuesday announced that the South African Defence Force will be deployed to Alexandra to deal with the xenophobic attacks.

‘South Africans a lazy bunch’ – Obed Bapela

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Kimberley – The Deputy Minister of Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta), Obed Bapela, has slammed South Africans for being a “lazy nation” that was too dependent on handouts.

Deputy Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Obed Bapela.

Deputy Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Obed Bapela.

Bapela said this during a visit to traditional leaders and Khoisan representatives in the city.

Entitlement and the Zulu King

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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