SA is home to all, says Ramaphosa

Foreign-owned shops have been targeted and looted in many parts of Gauteng causing diplomatic rifts between Pretoria and other African countries. Courtesy of #DSTV403

CAPE TOWN - President Cyril Ramaphosa said attacks against foreign nationals are not justified.

Ramaphosa said he was committed to quelling attacks on foreigners that have threatened to cast a cloud over the WEF.

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Foreign-owned shops have been targeted and looted in many parts of Gauteng causing diplomatic rifts between Pretoria and other African countries.

Nigeria is sending a special envoy to raise concerns with Ramaphosa.

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The president says South Africa is home to all.

"We're also facing a huge challenge. A number of our people are taking the law into their hands," he said.

"Taking action against people from other nations can never be justified and should never be allowed."

Source
eNCA

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