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Govt must communicate better on xenophobia: Academic

While an academic on Wednesday called on government to improve its communication in a bid to prevent further xenophobic attacks, the Arts and Culture Department announced a cultural programme to unify people. A statement from the Presidency on the matter ‘smacks of formalism’ and did little to change public discourse,[…]

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Zuma assigns ministers to deal with xenophobia attacks

President Jacob Zuma has assigned three ministers to attend to the xenophobic attacks in KwaZulu-Natal, the presidency said on Sunday. Home affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba, Police Minister Nathi Nhleko and State Security Minister David Mahlobo would work with the provincial government to try to put an end to the violence[…]

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