South African President apologises to Zimbabweans, Africans for xenophobic attacks

South African President apologises to Zimbabweans, Africans for xenophobic attacks

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa said his country is working hard to end xenophobic attacks being perpetrated by South Africans on foreign nationals.
Speaking at the state funeral of Mugabe in Harare, Ramaphosa said South Africans were not xenophobic and apologised to Zimbabweans and Africans for the bout of the xenophobic violence which has left 12 people - including two Zimbabweans - dead and hundreds displaced.