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Xenophobia: Looting of shops owned by foreigners continues in South Africa, 300 Nigerians register for evacuation

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Looting of shops owned by foreigners seem not to be ending any time soon in South Africa as the country’s police announced that it arrested 74 persons in Katlehong on Thursday September 5, bringing the total number of arrests since the violence erupted in Johannesburg to 497. Mathapelo Peters, South African police spokesperson confirmed that the looting […]

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