The Presidents canceled their invitations to flee to South Africa is based on the Xenophobic attacks on the black migrates who live there.
Malawi’s president Peter Mutharika, DRC president Felix Tshisekedi and Rwanda’s president Paul Kagame. Have pulled out of the World Economic Forum on Africa which was due on Cape Town, in South Africa.
Five people have lost their lives in these xenophobic violence attacks in South Africa In addition, police said on Tuesday.
President Cyril Ramaphosa promised to control these attacks down similarly, and the African Union, Nigeria, and Zambia condemned the attacks.
A lot of people, some armed with axes and machetes gathered in Johannesburg’s central business district.
For the fourth day of unrest directed against foreigners hours after people burned and looted shops. Prompting police to fire rubber bullets to disperse them.
In a video address broadcast on social media, Ramaphosa said attacks on businesses run by “foreign nationals is something totally unacceptable. Something that we cannot allow to happen in South Africa.”
Therefore, “I want it to stop immediately,” said Ramaphosa, adding that the violence had “no justification.”
Violence against foreign-owned stores and enterprises, in other words, has a long history in South Africa. However where many locals blame immigrants for high unemployment.
Well as, President Museveni has traveled to South Africa to attend a summit in Cape Town with his wife Mrs. Janet Kataha Museveni.
The summit will be held at Cape Town International Convention Centre. Under the theme: Shaping Inclusive Growth and Shared Futures in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
In conclusion, the summit will contain participants all over the world and believed six Presidents will be in attendance.
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