Alexandra police

 
'I do not want to die in South Africa'
'I do not want to die in South Africa'
The atmosphere in Alexandra is deceptively calm, just more than a week since violence against foreigners first flared in townships around Johannesburg....
'No campaign to repel foreigners'
'No campaign to repel foreigners'
There is no campaign to drive foreigners out of Alexandra, said African National Congress (ANC) provincial chairperson Paul Mashatile on Wednesday...
Tsvangirai visits xenophobia hot spot
Tsvangirai visits xenophobia hot spot
"There's no reason why a brother should hate a brother," Zimbabwean opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai on Thursday told Zimbabweans living in...
Parties slam govt over xenophobic attacks
Parties slam govt over xenophobic attacks
Opposition parties on Monday lambasted the government for its handling of refugees and xenophobic violence in parts of the country, and even called...
Townships tense after xenophobic attacks
Townships tense after xenophobic attacks
Johannesburg townships Alexandra and Diepsloot were tense on Thursday morning in the wake of xenophobic violence that has killed a number of people...
Further clashes in tense Alexandra
Further clashes in tense Alexandra
Calm returned to Alexandra township on Wednesday night after earlier clashes between police and residents.
Alex residents seek shelter at police station after attacks
Alex residents seek shelter at police station after attacks
"I want to go home." This is the appeal of a Zimbabwean woman who fought to prevent her little sister from being raped during xenophobic attacks on...

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