Saturday, November 21, 2009

Twenty-six arrested for xenophobic in De Doorns

By Khanyisa Tabata
21 November 2009

A total of twenty-six people have been arrested in De Doorns in the Western Cape after xenophobic violence erupted this week.

More than three-thousand people, mostly Zimbabweans, evacuated their shacks in De Doorns when locals claimed they were robbing them of jobs on farms in the area.

Station commissioner Desmond van der Westhuizen says the suspects were allegedly involved in public violence during Tuesday’s confrontations between locals and the foreign workers.


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