Xenophobic attacks leave five dead in South Africa

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At least five persons have been killed in renewed xenophobic attacks in South Africa’s Kwazulu Natal province.

Tension has already started brewing in some parts of the province, as foreign nationals have come under attack and their small businesses looted by the locals.

President Jacob Zuma, had this week sent three of his ministers to calm the situation but even on Tuesday, looting has happened overnight and a march is reported to be taking place in Durban, the commercial city in the province.

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