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South African: 'Foreigners are taking our jobs'

Shops have been attacked and looted in east Johannesburg, South Africa, following a series of attacks against immigrants in the country.

Police continue to monitor isolated incidences of xenophobic violence in the city.

This follows a week of violence which claimed the lives of five people in coastal city of Durban.

Migrants from other African states and Asia are being accused of taking jobs away from South Africans.

Milton Nkosi reports from Jeppestown in Johannesburg.

  • 17 Apr 2015
  • From the section Africa
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