Makhura called to explain ‘xenophobic’ comments

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Gauteng Premier David Makhura was summoned by the ANC’s integrity commission to explain the province’s new economic plan, which excludes foreign nationals. Photo: Rosetta Msimango
Gauteng Premier David Makhura was summoned by the ANC’s integrity commission to explain the province’s new economic plan, which excludes foreign nationals. Photo: Rosetta Msimango

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The ANC’s integrity commission has used a meeting with a provincial chairperson, Gauteng Premier David Makhura, to warn the governing party to take the issue of xenophobia seriously and not just leave the issue to government to deal with.

Makhura was summoned by the commission over comments he made about foreign-owned businesses in townships, as well as alleged xenophobic comments.

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