Monday, June 03, 2013

Shocking video of Somalian stoned to death by South African mob (Graphic)

Prime Minister Abdi Farah Shirdon has expressed concern over the safety of the Somali community in South Africa.

In a letter to President Jacob Zuma, Mr Shirdon enumerated the woes that the Somali community in South Africa had to contend with.

“I appeal to the Government of the Republic of South Africa, as a matter of urgency, to intervene and contain this unnecessary and unfortunate violence against Somali business communities to preserve peace and stability, thereby further strengthening and promoting brotherly relations between our two peoples and governments,” said the PM in his statement issued in Mogadishu.

Mr Shirdon particularly reacted to the latest killing of Somali business people and looting of their properties.

He also sent his condolences to the families of the Somalis who were killed during the recent violence in Diepsloot, Pretoria and Booysens Park, Port Elizabeth. Full story...

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