As xenophobic attacks and anti-black rhetoric ramp up in North Africa, it is useful to highlight (or remember) the fluid, intertwined histories of the Saharan region.
The recent Afrophobic attacks in South Africa are symptoms of a deeper problem that has its roots in the Berlin Conference of 1884-1885.
Anti-African violence in South Africa is fuelled by exclusion, poverty and rampant unemployment. This isn’t black-on-black violence. This is poor-on-poor violence.
Julius Malema the EFF Party leader in a press statement on 5th September 2019 condemning the ongoing killing torture of Nigerians and other Africans in the...
Economic Freedom Fighters [EFF] leader Julius Malema speaks on on xenophobia in South Africa.