The xenophobic violence that swept through many communities in South Africa in 2008 was not a sudden phenomenon. Victims and an alleged instigator date the origins of this wave to a township in Pretoria, writes Kwanele Sosibo.
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By Chimurenga on 19 April 2022 in Chimurenga Magazine, Faith & Ideology, Healing & bodies, Media & Propaganda, Systems of Governance
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