ARTICLES RELATING TO XENOPHOBIA

Hundreds mourn Nigerian killed in Italy attack

2016-07-11 07:00

Hundreds of mourners have attended the funeral of a Nigerian migrant who was killed by a right-wing football fan in a racist attack which has sparked much soul-searching in Italy.

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WATCH: 'Go back to your country' - racism on rise after Brexit

Footage has emerged of a driver being racially abused in Hackney, London, on the morning of the Brexit referendum results. Reports have indicated a spike in racist, xenophobic incidents in the UK in the wake of the Brexit vote. Watch.

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Cameron condemns post-Brexit xenophobia

2016-06-27 17:29

Prime Minister David Cameron's spokesperson says the government "will not tolerate intolerance" after a series of racist incidents were reported following Britain's decision to leave the European Union.

Lesotho man dead, others injured in Pretoria East 'riot'

2016-05-22 20:43

At least one Lesotho national has been stabbed to death, and six others injured, in Pretoria East, Gauteng paramedics say.

SAHRC's report on King Zwelithini delayed

2016-05-04 18:00

The release of a report into Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini’s alleged xenophobic statements will be delayed, the South African Human Rights Commission says.

Two burned alive in Zambian xenophobic riots

2016-04-20 17:59

At least two people have been burned to death in Zambia during riots targeting Rwandan-owned shops over allegations that foreigners are behind a string of ritual killings, police say.

Zulu king shows little remorse for contributing to xenophobic violence - LHR

2016-04-06 18:45

Lawyers for Human Rights has condemned King Goodwill Zwelithini’s "unwillingness to cooperate" with the group investigating last year’s xenophobic attacks in Durban.

Pope washes asylum seekers' feet in Easter ritual

2016-03-24 21:02

Pope Francis washed the feet of 11 young asylum seekers and a worker at their reception centre to highlight the need for the international community to provide shelter to refugees.

Malawian man set alight, Ethiopian killed in Joburg

2016-03-06 21:10

Foreign nationals have been attacked in separate incidents on Johannesburg's East Rand, police say.

UN rights chief attacks 'rising roar of xenophobia'

2016-02-29 20:34

A growing number of migrants worldwide are fleeing "sickening atrocities" and often encounter cruelty and xenophobia instead of compassion, the UN's rights chief says.

 

Inside Labour: Brexit fears shift to SA's own festering nationalism

2016-07-01 07:07

The Brexit vote should send warning signals to trade union and worker organisations everywhere, says Terry Bell

Intolerant acts surge as Brexit referendum result sinks in

2016-06-28 07:07

In the wake of last week's vote to leave the EU, Britain has seen a surge in xenophobia expressed in taunts, threats and worse, leading to a 57% rise in hate crime complaints.

Gordhan links Brexit to xenophobia, warns SA

2016-06-27 11:59

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says South Africa needs to do everything possible to help create peaceful and growing economies in African countries which supported SA.

KZN farmer approaches court to evict refugees

2016-05-12 12:01

In a desperate attempt to get his life back in order, a KwaZulu-Natal farmer has approached the courts to evict 14 refugees who refuse to leave his farm.

Lawyers in Zambia demand probe into xenophobic attacks

2016-04-26 13:28

The Law Association of Zambia has called on politicians to look into the killings that sparked recent xenophobic violence in the southern African country.

Report blames media for xenophobic panic in SA

2016-04-06 21:17

A series of sensational newspaper headlines and the dissemination of false information on social media have contributed to the deadly outbreak of xenophobia-related violence last year, a new report says.

Foreign owned shops looted in Katlehong - report

2016-03-29 23:00

Foreign owned shops are being looted in Katlehong, east of Johannesburg, according to reports.

Fed-up Cato Ridge farmers part ways with refugees

2016-03-09 10:36

The owners of Hope Farm in Killarney Valley, KwaZulu-Natal, have parted ways with 101 refugees they let live on the property.

Bid to outlaw German far-right party

2016-03-01 21:18

Germany's highest court is considering a bid to outlaw the country's biggest far-right party - a second attempt to secure what would be the first ban on a party for 60 years.

Dead pig painted with Merkel's name found on mosque site

2016-02-25 22:43

A dead pig with German Chancellor Angela Merkel's name painted on it has been found on the building site of a mosque in the eastern German city of Leipzig.

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