Xenophobic Violence in South Africa

In post-Apartheid South Africa, xenophobic attitudes have permeated the society and fuelled countless xenophobic attacks on non-nationals. Thousands of foreign nationals or those considered ‘outsiders’ have been harassed, attacked or killed, as a result of this violence. Although initially, xenophobic violence occurred primarily in townships and informal settlements, nowadays it is also prevalent in other settings, including rural areas.

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