Xenophobic Attack: Nigerians, others lose over 50 shops In fresh South Africa

50 shops belonging to foreign nationals including Nigerians in South Africa were set ablaze in an overnight attack on foreigners by xenophobes in the country.

The attack, which occurred late on Sunday, saw a group of violent locals suspected to be Zulu hostel dwellers, besiege Jules Street in Malvern, Johannesburg and looting and burning businesses.

On Monday, President, Nigerian Union South Africa, Adetola Olubajo, in a statement confirming the attack, said that the mob also looted several shops that were around the vicinity suspected to be owned by foreign nationals before they were later dispersed by police.


Anonymous said...

South Africa is turning to something else

Garry said...

i really pity this owners of this shops because cars where burnt..it not fair

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