Members of the Zwelihle Renewal activist group in Hermanus in the Overstrand municipality are planning a civil protest from Tuesday until Friday.
As the world marks World Refugee Day, a reminder that xenophobia is still common and South Africa is no exception.
Xenophobic and anti-Semitic hate crime rose by nearly 20% in Germany in 2018, according to the latest interior ministry data published Tuesday.
Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa has called on all Africans to be tolerant and show the world that they can live together peacefully.
International Relations Deputy Minister Luwellyn Landers has assured international election observers that South Africa does not have any ‘no-go’ areas.