South Africans call for peace as they rally to apologize to foreigners who have been victims of South African xenophobic attack.
The South Africans sang as they marched through the streets and also held up a banner which called for unity among Africans, weeks after the attacks which led to the destruction of properties and looting of shops owned by foreigners.
This is coming after the South African president, Cyril Ramaphosa was booed at Robert Mugabe’s burial in Zimbabwe and the South African government dispatching a special envoy to seven African countries to deliver a solidarity message and also brief each country’s government on the South African government’s effort to address the xenophobic attacks.
South Africans are reaching out to all the Africans who are affected in the xenophobic attack especially Nigerians who were direct and indirect victims.
It wasn’t long ago, leader of the Zulu ethnic group in South Africa,Mangosuthu Buthelezi reminded his people the sacrifices Nigeria made for South Africa