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News24.com | Zanu-PF rejects anti-EFF tweet
A tweet in which Zanu-PF allegedly called for EFF MPs to be burnt alive for delaying a xenophobia debate is "totally fake", a party spokesperson says.
News24.com | Most xenophobic attacks are spontaneous - Malema
EFF leader Julius Malema says in most cases xenophobic attacks are spontaneous, but people using a knife had the intention to commit a crime.
News24.com | Expelled EFF MPs lose court bid
EFF members are to be sworn in as Members of Parliament after four expelled MPs lost their application for an urgent interdict.
News24.com | ANC protects white privilege - Malema
EFF leader Julius Malema has told Alexandra residents to “go ask the ANC for a job” as he embarked on a door-to-door campaign against xenophobia.
News24.com | Cops warn against speculation after murder of Amcu official
Police have warned against speculation about the killing of Amcu regional official Colin Petlele.
News24.com | Premier asked to intervene in Mpumalanga taxi war
The Middelburg District Taxi Association has asked Mpumalanga Premier David Mabuza to intervene following a taxi war that has resulted in the death of a man and the injury of a six-year-old boy.
News24.com | Disabled Somali trader aims to help injured countrymen
Abdikader Shukri was left paralysed after two men shot him outside his grocery shop in Gugulethu during a spate of xenophobia attacks three years ago. But Shukri considers himself lucky.
News24.com | Alexandra stabbing pic an appalling sight - Zuma
President Jacob Zuma says a picture of a Mozambican national being stabbed to death in Alexandra, published on the front page of the Sunday Times is an appalling sight.
News24.com | Xenophobic attacks disrupting education - Naptosa
Foreign children attending school in South Africa have been affected by the recent xenophobic attacks, the National Professional Teachers Organisation of SA says.
Fin24.com | Xenophobic violence could spark more African boycotts of SA businesses - ADF
The xenophobic violence taking place in South Africa possibly meant other African countries would boycott South African business interests across the continent, the Africa Diaspora Forum says.
News24.com | We must be ashamed - Malema
EFF leader Julius Malema has told Alexandra residents that he is totally ashamed and called for peace after deadly xenophobic violence claimed 7 lives.
News24.com | Cape Town tender fraud case transferred to regional court
The matter involving a Chinese woman who allegedly submitted fraudulent tenders for the supply of refuse bags to the City of Cape Town, has been transferred to the Cape Town Regional Court.
News24.com | Shots fired at EFF's 'peaceful march'
A planned peaceful march and anti-xenophobia campaign by the EFF has turned violent when shots were fired from a nearby hostel, injuring one person in the leg.
News24.com | SA suffering from four crises - Vavi
South Africa was suffering from four crises, with xenophobia taking place within the context of those crises, expelled Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi has said.
News24.com | Calm returns to Durban after Zwelethini's speech - police
Calm seems to have returned to Durban after King Goodwill Zwelithini called for peace at an imbizo earlier in the day, police say
News24.com | Signal jamming in Parliament must be declared unlawful - media houses
Media houses want a court to find that the signal jamming device used during President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation address was unlawful and violated the right to an open Parliament.
News24.com | Border posts calm following xenophobic violence
The situation at the Lebombo and Ressano Garcia Border Post remains calm following temporary closure over xenophobic unrest.
News24.com | Crowds gather ahead of Malema's Alexandra visit
A few hundred people have gathered near the Women’s Hostel in Alexandra ahead of the arrival of EFF leader Julius Malema who is due to go on a door-to-door campaign against xenophobia.
News24.com | Initiation school murder accused too ill to stand trial
The trial against an 85-year-old Mpumalanga initiation school owner, accused of kidnapping and murdering an initiate, has been postponed after she was declared too ill to stand trial.
News24.com | 'Barbaric' xenophobic violence does not represent South Africans - Vavi
The "barbaric" xenophobic violence that has taken grip in South Africa does not represent the majority of South Africans, expelled Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi says.
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