JOHANNESBURG South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma has condemned functions of violence concerning locals and non-nationals, his business reported on Friday.
“A lot of citizens of other nations dwelling in South Africa are law abiding and contribute to the overall economy of the place positively. It is erroneous to brandish all non-nationals as drug dealers or human traffickers,” Zuma reported in a assertion.
That arrived immediately after violence flared up this week and forward of a protest march towards foreigners in the capital Pretoria.
(Reporting by TJ Strydom Modifying by Joseph Radford)