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Rights group blasts SA deputy police minister for Xenophobic comments

July 18 2017 –  SA Deputy Police Minister Bongani Mkongi, who warned SA not to “surrender” the country to foreign nationals, in an interview with EWN last Friday has been slated by the SA Human Rights’ Commission (SAHRC) ( yesterday) saying the utterances have the potential to fuel anti-immigrant sentiments. In a statement, the SAHRC said Mkongi’s statements could possibly worsen the scourge ... Read More »

Parly cautions against using word ‘xenophobia’

12 July 2015 – SOUTH African media should stop using the word “xenophobia” because it implied South Africans harboured extreme hatred for foreign nationals, and using the word could spark attacks, the chairperson of the parliamentary committee set up to probe violence against foreigners said on last Friday. Speaking during a visit by the ad hoc committee to the Jeppe ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes
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