Malema, Ramaphosa & Dlamini-Zuma condemn Durban xenophobic attacks

Politicians have joined the public in condemning xenophobic attacks in Durban, following recent incidents that saw foreign nationals seek shelter in community halls, mosques and police stations.

  Xenophobia continued to dominate news headlines and Twitter trends on Sunday, as President Cyril Ramaphosa, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma and Julius Malema condemned the attacks. Foreign nationals who reside in areas such as Sydenham, Jadhu Place informal settlement and Overport were attacked last week.

  Speaking at his party's election manifesto launch in the Western Cape on Saturday, EFF leader Julius Malema said the attacks on foreign nationals equate to 'self-hate'.

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