The leader of Movement for Democratic Change Alliance (MDC-A) Nelson Chamisa has called for an end of xenophobic attacks on fellow Africans in South Africa. Chamisa urged President Cyril Ramaphosa to help Zimbabwe solve the political,social and economic unrest through national talks.
In a tweet Chamisa condemned harassing and attacks on foreigners in South Africa.
“Extremely disturbed by violence and xenophobic attacks in South Africa. Decisive action to protect all in South Africa and stopping any attacks on fellow Africans is key fixing the Zimbabwean crisis is a priority. President @ Cyril Ramaphosa helps Zimbabweans to help themselves,”
Chamisa called upon President Cyril Ramaphosa to help Zimbabweans have a national dialogue which will solve the economic unrest. President Chamisa said a stable economy would make Zimbabweans stay in Zimbabwe.
“By helping Zimbabweans to resolve political disputes differences and national questions through credible national dialogue in Zimbabwe. The legitimacy and governance crisis must be fixed. African solutions to African problems…,”
In 2015 Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini made a statement that foreigners where destroying South Africa’s nature as they were the ones now benefiting from what South Africans should be enjoying this sparked another case of violence.
Of late foreigners shops have been looted by South Africans and also fire being set ablaze on their property by South Africans.