Thousands of South African’s are marching in the eastern city of Durban to protest against recent violence against foreigners. At least five people have been killed since last week in attacks on migrants, who’ve been accused of taking local jobs. Fears of violence spreading has forced many foreign shopkeepers to close their businesses in Johannesburg. Milton Nkosi reports.
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