Petitioning South African Government - Xenophobia In South Africa

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It has been 3 times now since South African citizens have been staging xenophobic attacks on foreigners and South African Government has been quiet on inhuman treatment of foreigners ( economic refugees,seasonal workers in foreign land e.t.c...).

South African government seems adamant and neutral over killings of other African citizens and the killers have  not been arrested nor their names have  been released and no investigations were conducted.

 The deeply concerned people across the continent of Africa are demanding justice from South African government.

 

Please fellow Africans who are victims of Xenophobic attacks,

JOIN US IN CALLING President Zuma, SADCC countries,African Union,UN,EU's Attorneys, to conduct a timely investigation into the case and prosecute the PERPETRATORS OF XENOPHOBIC ATTACKS ON FOREIGNERS by South African citizens.

 

 Together, we will bring justice for FOREIGNERS BEING KILLED IN South Africa.

We are disapointed that our brothers and sisters fail to see demarcations and delimitations prescribed by our former colonisers as territorial boundaries.Our cultures  as black Africans have always been to be "  your brothers keeper"  Of clear and vivid memories , reference is drawn from the time we attained our independence in 1980 but did not relax as we continue to ask our comrades across the Limpopo in Azania.The South Africa's quest for independence was ours as Zimbabweans.We all live in a global village now with cross nationals in almost every country including the smallest Islands one may think of.There are South Africans living in other countries as well and clearly so,the treatment they get in those territories is that of full respect as humans ....

We,the people of Zimbabwe hereby undersigned ,bring to your attention our petition,

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