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Ban Ki-moon decries SA’s ferocity

 

NEWS

April 23 rd, 2015

The Secretary General to the United Nation, Ban Ki-moon, condemned the wave of xenophobic attacks that plague our country. In a statement, the diplomat regretted the death of at least seven fellow Africans and conveyed his condolences to relatives of the victims. The attacks against foreigners, starting in KZN and extending to Gauteng, have left thousands of foreign nationals displaced. Ban Ki-moon took note of the measures adopted by SA’s government to confront violence. He urged SA to make every effort to prevent such attacks on fellow human beings. President Jacob Zuma announced the establishment of a commission to assess and propose concrete solutions to fight against xenophobia.


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