Not all South Africans are xenophobic - SA businesswoman

Africa migrants are running from xenophobic attacks in some parts of South Africa.
Africa migrants are running from xenophobic attacks in some parts of South Africa.

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Shanduka Group, a diversified African investment holding company based in South Africa, Phuti Mahanyele has said that not all South Africans are xenophobic.

Mahanyele said she was shocked by the recent spate of violence that occurred in her home country.

Speaking at BOCCIM Women’s Power Seminar held in Cresta Lodge on Saturday, Mahanyele said xenophobia was unacceptable, emphasising that Africans had to be united and care for one another, instead of killing each other.

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