Xenophobic attack South African singer, Mafikizolo to assist displaced families

Nhlanhla Nciza, one half of the South African music group, Mafikizolo, has announced her decision to assist families displaced by Xenophobic attacks while condemning the act.

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Nhlanhla Nciza, one half of the South African music group, Mafikizolo, has announced her decision to assist families displaced by the current Xenophobic attacks in the country while condemning the act.

Nhlanhla recently took to her Instagram account to condemn the attack while calling on fans, colleagues and friends to join in assisting the affected families that have been displaced by the attacks.

In her words, "South Africa is in the South of Africa, my home. So these barbaric xenophobic attacks on our brothers and sisters are also attacks on me.

"I humbly ask that we assist our sister @leratomatsoso in helping 600 displaced families in Germiston by donating food , blankets and clothes (especially for the little ones). Please join us on Monday at 2pm @Park Meadows, Food Lovers Market, opposite Eastgate mall. To make donations please email leratomatsoso@gmail.com #FirstIAmAnAfrican #Ubuntu," she wrote.

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