Xenophobic Impact on Business & Socio-economic – A Conundrum to South Africa

Attacks on foreigners by socio-economically deprived citizens, squeezed by the realities of global migration, are an indictment on the government, writes Susan Booysen. Johannesburg – The government was being held to ransom this week – caught in a grip between morally indefensible xenophobia, global migration and acknowledging that grassroots feelings against foreigners, largely African, have […]

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