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Xenophobia Blamed on Apartheid Legacy

Friday, June 26, 2009 - 15:08
According to CPS, SA’s high levels of xenophobia are partially a result of the violent past of apartheid
South Africa’s high levels of xenophobia are partially a result of the violent past of apartheid. This is according to Maxine Reitzes, an associate at the Centre for Policy Studies (CPS).

Reitzes points out that, “Violence has been evidently accepted as a way to sort out problems.”

Reitzes, who was addressing a seminar on xenophobia in Johannesburg, argued that people were defined during apartheid by who they were not and this carried over beyond 1994.

To read the article titled, “Legacy of apartheid a cause of xenophobia: study,” click here.
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