The Cape Town leg of the anti-xenophobia march organised by a coalition of organisations known as Kopanang Africa Against Xenophobia, took place on Human Rights Day this week.
South Africans and African migrants march against the current xenophobic attacks.
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The government-led clampdown on foreign drivers has created fear and insecurity among foreign drivers, both documented and undocumented.
The national police commissioner admitted that the police were overstretched during the unrest that tore through KZN and Gauteng.
The victims of the Phoenix masscare say that they were attacked based on their skin colour.
KZN Premier, Sihle Zikalala, led the peace walk in Phoenix on Tuesday.
Corruption and factional battles seem to be what’s behind violence at Tyeni village in Port St Johns.
Roadblocks set up by vigilantes during the violence in Phoenix were always going to lead to confrontation with residents of nearby townships as they rely on public services accessible only in the town.