Dozens Of Refugees Injured In Clash With South Africa Police
Refugees in South Africa have clashed with the police after they had protested in the mid hours of Wednesday morning demanding to be relocated to another country.
Zim Morning Post reports that refugees want to be relocated arguing that the South Africa government has failed to extinguish the ongoing violence targeted at foreign nationals in that country.
The publication further reports that the clash with the police left a huge number of protesters injured and in need of immediate medication.
The violence started in August with South Africa nationals reportedly burning vehicles and shops owned by or where foreign nationals were employed saying they were taking away business and jobs from local nationals.
South Africa has been a place of refuge to thousands of Africans including Zimbabweans who escaped socio-economic and political crises in their countries.
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