Sunday, October 25, 2015

UPM condemns xenophobic attacks in Grahasmstown

Melon Radebe
25 October 2015

The Unemployment People’s Movement claims that shopkeepers from Ethiopia, Pakistan, Somalia and Bangladesh are under attack in Grahasmstown. The attacks started on Wednesday. In the past months, six bodies had been discovered, mostly of women.

“There were rumours that people who are behind these killings are from Pakistan and other parts of the country.” UPM’s Ayanda Kota said.

Kota added that they urged the police and the municipality to act but says nothing has been done.

“Now we condemn the police for not moving swiftly, including the municipality for not moving swiftly and prevent [sic] these xenophobic attacks.”



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