Thursday, May 21, 2015

South Africa Apologises To Mozambique For Xenophobic Attacks

Following recent infamous xenophobic attacks in South Africa, President Jacob Zuma, on Thursday has apologized to Mozambique, as three Mozambicans were lost during the attacks.

Pres. Zuma, who was on a two-day state visit to Mozambique, apologized in Maputo saying such acts has no justification, taking into consideration the brotherhood ties between the people of the two nations.

He said from all indications the attacks were committed by a minority group that does not represent the whole South Africa.

“It is important for us to apologise for the acts of a small minority of South Africans which does not represent the desire of South African people”, he said.

“We have good relations with a number of countries, including Mozambique, and we never had problems,” he said.

22 comments:

  1. Good..
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    Signed,
    DeoGratias

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  2. MR EDDY said this heat wan kill person o.

    Apology not accepted
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    ^™THAT EDO BOY.COM~

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  3. MR EDDY said this heat wan kill person o.

    Apology not accepted
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    ^™THAT EDO BOY.COM~

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  4. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said..
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    Fucking xenophobians..
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  5. Oo souther africa ur days ar numbered







    SEXY GRANDMA

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  6. It is a big shame on south africa.

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  7. Other nationalities nko???

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  8. Will his apologies bring back the deceased?

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  9. Waiting for him to beg Nigerians too

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  10. I hope this will be the end of the xenophobic attack

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  11. Hmmmmm. Too late to apologize

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  12. Shame on them

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  13. Yeye dey smell

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  14. I hope you are doing the same to Nigeria

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