Victims of Xenophonic attacks housed at police stations (Photos)

Victims of the ongoing Xenophonic attacks in South Africa have taken refuge at the country's police stations.

Following series of Xenophobic attack that has left over a thousand immigrants homeless in South Africa and several dead, many have taken refuge at the South African police stations in Durban.

According to the South African police, angry locals in the eastern port city of Durban carrying out these attacks have vowed to push the immigrants out.

A Nigerian PHD holder has been rumoured dead, but according to Nigeria’s Acting High Commissioner, Ambassador Martin Cobham, there is no record of a dead Nigerian so far.

A high crime rate and a lack of jobs among other things have been blamed on foreigners by some indigenes.


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