Xenophobic attacks break out in Durban, South Africa
Saturday March 30 2019
A fresh wave of xenophobic attacks has broken out in Durban, South Africa.
Locals have been targeting foreigners since Monday, accusing them of taking their jobs and being behind the country’s high unemployment rates and poverty.
The locals claim they want to operate their own shops and are trying to push out competition by attacking foreigners.
At Kernville in Durban, locals started looting foreign-owned businesses on Monday.