16.9.2019 05:43 pm
SA can’t ‘absorb the result of all the problems that are made by leaders who want to loot their country,’ the SACP general secretary said.
South African Communist Party general secretary Blade Nzimande has lashed out at African heads of state, saying South Africa has had to cope with an influx of foreign nationals because of the instability of other countries on the continent.
In the footage, the airline boss can be seen unable to hold back tears as his countrymen embrace him.
He appealed to researchers to focus on the ‘true problems in Africa’.
This comes after the distribution of a circular claiming the department had suspended the foreign professionals.
In the footage, it seems a man has had enough of the looters and is seen hitting a man.
Analysts warned against defining the phenomenon as ‘South African’ or ‘acts of criminality’ because factors were similar throughout the world.
Constitutional law expert Phephelaphi Dube said it was concerning that the king seemed to influence state affairs.
The defence minister also noted the department of home affairs had deported more than 10,000 undocumented Africans.
‘The crime intelligence unit is still in the process of correcting themselves, but they were not capable of detecting the impending xenophobic attacks,’ an expert says.
The Department of International Relations and Cooperation (Dirco) said it only knew what it had read in the media regarding this offer.
The DA leader called on national government to deploy an emergency budget to deal with the violence in Gauteng.
The country recently witnessed a resurgence of intense public violence in the form of shop looting, burning property, and angry demonstrations.
The EFF leader expresses the view that foreign nationals are being scapegoated, and that fellow South Africans will be next.
The secretary-general says the national officials of the governing party met on Monday to discuss the violence engulfing South Africa.