Saturday, 18 April 2015

Zimbabwe Begins Evacuation of Its Citizens From South Africa

Zimbabwe's High Commissioner to South Africa, Isaac Moyo says the Zimbabwean government has concluded plans to begin the evacuation of about 1,000 Zimbabweans resident in South Africa following the recent xenophobic attacks in the country.

"Identification and processing of repatriation documents has already been done. It is very sad. Most people do not have any documentation. They don't have any clothes apart from what they are wearing. Many of them had to leave all their clothes, businesses and properties behind. so sad!

20 Dies From Cholera Outbreak in Ebonyi State

20 people have been confirmed dead from a Cholera outbreak in Ebonyi state. The state Director, Public Health and Disease Control, in the Ministry of Health, Dr Chris Achi, who made this known to newsmen in Abakaliki, Ebonyi state, said seven local government areas namely Ohaukwu, Izzi, Ezza North, Ishielu, Ebonyi, Abakaliki and Ohaozara have recorded the highest number of cases.

Dr Ashi said one student of the Ebonyi State University has just died from the epidemic while 9 others are in the hospital after contracting the disease.

Forgive Me For The Sake Of The Masses & Orphans… Nobody Is Above Mistake - Fayose Begs

We don’t know exactly who Governor Ayo Fayose is directing his plea to, may be the APC lawmakers who are bent on impeaching him, or his numerous enemies in the political world. But the Governor yesterday at a special prayer session organised for him by the Ansar-udeen Mosque, Atikankan in Ado-Ekiti to celebrate his recent electoral victory at the Supreme Court, pleaded with the opposition and others he calls his enemies to please spare their sword and let peace reign in Ekiti. Continue below to read what Mr Fayose said.

“If they say someone has enemies, I am number one in the world. But God has been merciful and has been helping me to overcome my challenges.

Terrifying Photos Reveal the Horror of What's Really Happening in South Africa #Xenophobia

At least five people have been killed over the past two weeks since local vigilantes in South Africa started looting and attacking shops owned by immigrants mainly from other parts of Africa

In Johannesburg, Malawian immigrant Samuel Idrssa described how his friend was stabbed and set on fire by a mob. ‘We wanted to rescue him but there were too many of them,’ he said. ‘It was shocking.’ ‘We have all left our homes. Those affected are those of us who live in poor townships because we live with poor South Africans who do not have jobs.’

Violence flared days after Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini said in remarks that foreigners should 'take their bags and go'. And pictures below capture the horror of what's currently happening in the country.

Addressing parliament in Cape Town on Thursday, President Zuma had reiterated his condemnation of the violence, calling it a 'violation' of South Africa's values. No amount of frustration or anger can ever justify the attacks on foreign nationals and the looting of their shops,' he said. 'We condemn the violence in the strongest possible terms. The attacks violate all the values that South Africa embodies.' See Disturbing Photos below:

VIDEO: South African King Zwelithini Caught on Tape Saying Foreigners Must Pack up and Leave

We have all seen the havoc coming from South Africa since the violent xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals especially the blacks. It turns out that way before the attacks, three weeks ago back in March, Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini was recorded saying that foreigners must pack up and leave the country.

In the presence of both Police Minister Nathi Nhleko and provincial MEC Willies Mchunu, the king was reported to have told a gathering that it was time foreigners were made to return to their countries. The king accused them of messing up the country’s towns by hanging their fake clothing brands on the streets.

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