Over 600 people have been arrested in connection to xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals in South Africa © AFP/Getty Images
Over 600 people have been arrested in connection to xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals in South Africa © AFP/Getty Images

SA president: ‘There is no place for xenophobia in this country’

19 September 2019

South Africa’s (SA) president Cyril Ramaphosa announced there will be an investigation into violence against foreign-owned businesses.

The president addressed parliament to condemn xenophobic attacks on foreign-owned businesses and looting earlier this month, which resulted in the deaths of 12 people.

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