Kenyans caught up in South African xenophobia wave || NTV Today

Kenyans caught up in South African xenophobia wave || NTV Today

Kenyans caught up in South African xenophobia wave || NTV Today


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  1. As a south African I’m against these acts of violence towards my fellow Africans the thing is these attacks start almost at one place which is Johannesburg and now the rest of the country is seen as evil but truth be told I blame our government that has allowed such things, south Africans should focus their energy towards the real problem which is our government’s failure to address socio economic problems, this violence acts against our people will not help south Africans face real problems. I feel sad and disappointed that borders that were drawn by colonisers make south Africans feel like their blackness is better than that of other Africans, this is a graet insult to the spirit of ubuntu.

  2. I have never liked south Africa,last year november.i got some business engagement in Gaborone Botswana, so I got two options to arrive to Gaborone.
    One was to fly Kenya airways to thambo international airport in Joburg ,stay for two hours and then take air Botswana to Gaborone.
    The second option,was Ethiopian airline from jomo Kenyatta international airport in Nairobi to bole international airport in Addis Ababa Ethiopia. from bole international airport to Victoria falls in Zimbabwe and finally to sir Khama international airport in Gaborone Botswana. though it was a long journey but I chose Ethiopia, Victoria falls and finally Gaborone. so south Africans should know that we don’t need their country, Kenya government should write a protest letter to the government of South Africa.

  3. I think it’s ok we (kenya) did not stand with them we kinda saw their weakenedness from afar 🙄🙄!..coz dang!!! they don deserve it…I am so ashamed on what they are doing in 2019!!!!…

  4. There is another side to this story that I would like to hear ….The side of the South African….There is some issues that go deeper than this ….They need to address their social issues….Like Nigerians asking South Africans what they are doing in their own country?

  5. Entrepreneural skills is not something you can blame anyone for. How can we help these people when they reason like this? These businesses are individuals’ endeavours, there is nothing much a govt can do to instill such business like skills and attitude. I thought Mandela said that" Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world"?

  6. We can berate south Africans all day, but we harbor the same hatred towards each other, when our leaders don’t get their way. Self hate is what it is, Kenyans do it around elections. It’s not a secret that entrepreneurial people in some communities are attacked and loose property in some areas in Kenya. Let’s look at the log in our eye.

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