Armed FOREIGNERS Burn Taxis In MZANSI And SCREAM "Allahu Akbar" - SOUTH AFRICA
South Africa, Eastern Cape - Somali foreigners are causing chaos in the Eastern Cape right now. Foreigners in South Africa are taking things too far now as this is becoming a disaster and, might lead to massive civil unrest and more, discrimination against foreigners in South Africa. This comes as taxi's have now been set alight in a confrontation between taxi drivers and Somalian shop owners in Gqeberha. Police in Gqeberha are allegedly at the scene at the taxi rank in Korsten where a confrontation between taxi drivers and Somalian shop owners escalated. Many taxis and a shops were set alight, during the unrest. Police are now currently investigating further to determine the cause of the violence. The problem with this is now, foreigners are definitely pushing their luck too far. When taxi drivers now retaliate they will claim that they are being victimised, and that its xenophobia, but they are clearly the ones in the wrong here. This is another disaster just waiting to happen. This is a developing story.
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