South Africa 'Desensitised' to Xenophobia

South Africans are becoming desensitised to crime and xenophobic attacks, says the CHR

The Centre for Human Rights (CHR) says that South Africans are becoming desensitised to crime and xenophobic attacks.

In a press statement, CHR points out that, "We fear that xenophobic attacks are becoming regular phenomena, and the South African population is becoming increasingly desensitised."

The organisation further argues that while the law prohibits heinous deeds such as sexual and violent crimes, the South African population has grown apathetic to these issues with little hope of them being addressed.

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Source: 
The Citizen

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