Watch: Xenophobia slated at NMMU march

CLEAR MESSAGE: Part of a crowd of thousands that marched against xenophobia between the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University north and south campuses yesterday
CLEAR MESSAGE: Part of a crowd of thousands that marched against xenophobia between the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University north and south campuses yesterday

THE xenophobic violence that has gripped parts of the country is threatening the huge strides made in restoring the African continent and is a slap in the face of a democratic South Africa, Eastern Cape premier Phumulo Masualle says.

Masualle was addressing about 3 000 people who marched against xenophobia at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in Port Elizabeth – where 8% of students are foreigners – yesterday.

-Zandile Mbabela

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