In a document distributed amongst his so-called contingent followers this week in the straggling suburbs of Johannesburg, Hillbrow, Berea and Yeoville, Majola emphasized that foreign nationals who entered the country after 1993 must leave South Africa irrespective of race, colour and creed with immediate effect from next week. The statements went on to rectify that those who earned a monthly net salary of less than R10 000 should also leave the borders of South Africa. Majola went on to state that other issues relating to overpopulation and entry by foreign nationals to the country would be discussed at a later stage.
However, Johannesburg Police station Spokesperson Captain John Maluleke told ***the ZIMBABWEAN that anyone caught inciting violence against foreign nationals would be severely dealt with as they aimed to maintain a free society for every African. He also encouraged civilians to report anyone who spoke hate language against foreigners.
We are readily available to deal with matters affecting the civilians and we are going to protect everyone irrespective of colour and race. I am warning everyone out there who might think of rebelling against foreigners to consider that our country is not a banana nation and we wont allow civilians to take the law to their own hands. We are going to take stern measures against anyone who decides to attack anyone residing in South Africa, he said.
below is A letter circulating in South Africa that is fuelling xenophobia
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