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Zimbabwean man's cars petrol bombed in SA's xenophobia violence

by AFP
20 Apr 2015 at 17:01hrs | Views
Zimbabwe man stands by one of his two cars set alight after he survived a petrol bomb attack at his home in Durban xenophobia violence

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A foreign national from Zimbabwe stands by one of his two cars set alight after he survived a petrol bomb attack at his home in Illovo, some 55 kilometres south of Durban, on April 19, 2015 hours after President Jacob Zuma addressed a temporary refugee camp in Chatsworth, south of Durban on April 18 condeming and calling for a halt on violent attacks on foreigners. The spate of attacks on foreigners in South Africa that has claimed the lives of at least seven people is chillingly reminiscent of even deadlier violence in 2008 that killed 62 and sent thousands seeking refuge. AFP PHOTO / RAJESH JANTILAL (Photo credit should read RAJESH JANTILAL/AFP/Getty Images)
Credit: RAJESH JANTILAL / stringer

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