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South African youth send fresh warning to foreigners living in South Africa

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Social media woke up to devasting videos and photos of foreign owned shops being looted, properties and cars being destroyed by some unscrupulous South African citizens.

In the wake of these fresh xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals in South Africa, some South African youth have sent a very threatening message to foreign nationals specifically other African citizens living in South Africa.

In a video sighted by, a man was sighted sending a clear warning to all African citizens living and working in South Africa. He said regardless of their nationality, be it Ghanaian, Nigerian, Zambian or Zimbabwean, all foreigners are not needed in South Africa.

He defended the xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals saying that there are no jobs enough for the South African graduates but foreign nationals are being employed in South Africa. He made it known that they would no longer harbour foreign nationals as they are ‘stealing’ their jobs.


The Xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals in South Africa has caused severe protests and boycott of South African owned businesses in Nigeria. MTN offices across the country have been closed after angry protestors stormed and looted their offices. The story is the same for Shoprite, another South African owned store, angry protesters stormed and looted their wares

Several countries have threatened to severe all diplomatic ties with South Africa in retaliation to these attacks.

The story continues to develop keep visiting this site as we update on the xenophobic attacks in South Africa.

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