#BoycottSA: 62 South African Workers Repatriated Over #Xenophobia Madness


Following what the company described as “reciprocal unrest,” a Dublin-based company, Kenmare Resources in Mozambique has temporarily repatriated its 62 South African workers at its titanium mine.

This is one more in the increasing boycotts of South African products, services and peoples by African countries in reaction to the ongoing and South African government tolerated decades long xenophobic attacks against foreign African migrants.

Meanwhile Ghana Saturday gave South Africa a 5-day deadline to curb the xenophobic phenomenon or boycotts will be embarked.

Zimbabwe, Malawi and other African countries have begun repatriating their citizens in hundreds as the deadly terror continues.