Govindsamy Mariemuthoo

 
Govt under pressure over violence
Govt under pressure over violence
The South African government came under pressure on Monday to deal with the aftermath of deadly anti-foreigner violence that has displaced an...
Xenophobia: Call for full inquiry
Xenophobia: Call for full inquiry
The National Association of Democratic Lawyers called on the government on Monday to appoint a commission of inquiry into the xenophobic violence...
Gauteng 'quiet' as attacks abate
Gauteng 'quiet' as attacks abate
Attacks on foreigners in Gauteng seem to have abated, with police reporting that the situation has been "quiet" since Wednesday evening.
'We should not look for scapegoats'
'We should not look for scapegoats'
A Somali community in Johannesburg on Thursday accused police of firing live ammunition at its members as more xenophobic attacks were reported in...
Xenophobia: Mbeki gives nod to army
Xenophobia: Mbeki gives nod to army
As violent xenophobic clashes that have claimed at least 42 lives spread from Gauteng to Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal, President Thabo Mbeki on...
Gauteng says attacks on the wane
Gauteng says attacks on the wane
The xenophobic attacks in Gauteng appeared to have subsided, a provincial spokesperson said on Wednesday.
Metrorail on high alert for attacks
Metrorail on high alert for attacks
Metrorail has beefed up security in response to possible xenophobic attacks on train commuters, it said on Wednesday.
SA moves to quell xenophobic attacks
SA moves to quell xenophobic attacks
South Africa's police and the African National Congress (ANC) intensified efforts on Tuesday to quell anti-foreigner violence that has killed at...
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...
Wave of hate engulfs Jo'burg
Wave of hate engulfs Jo'burg
A wave of xenophobic attacks spread through Johannesburg townships on Monday. Mobs beat foreigners and set some ablaze in scenes reminiscent of...
Mob violence sweeps Gauteng
Mob violence sweeps Gauteng
Another foreigner has been killed in South Africa as a wave of xenophobic violence spreads across Johannesburg, bringing the weekend death toll to...
About 142 xenophobic cases before SA courts
About 142 xenophobic cases before SA courts
About 142 court cases linked to xenophobic violence have been opened countrywide, the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) said on Tuesday.

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