Khama Billiat speaks on recent xenophobic attacks

6 years ago
Thu, 09 Mar 2017 19:35:27 GMT
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Khama Billiat speaks on recent xenophobic attacks

Speaking in an interview with Mamelodi Sundowns forward Khama Billiat. The 26-year-old shared his experiences as a Zimbabwean living in South Africa. He gave his opinion on the xenophobic attacks. Below is an excerpt of the interview:

Goal: What is your opinion of the xenophobic attacks in SA?

Billiat: I just think in Africa we are one nation. I don’t think it is great what is happening. South Africa has been best to me and it has been home to me. It’s really sad to see our fellow brothers becoming something like that and forgetting we are one family. No one is here to harm anyone, we are just here to be happy and together. It is really sad when people start fighting over something that people are not there for. I just believe it is not good but I don’t want to believe this will happen again. I just wish that everyone would just realise that we are one people who come from the same land.

Goal: Have you experienced discrimination on the account of being a foreigner in SA or anywhere else?

Billiat: Personally, I’ve never experienced that. I’ve been welcomed everywhere I go and people have been so nice to me. I want to believe that everyone is treated the same and feels at home.

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