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Strong Words Started - And May End - S. African Xenophobic Attacks

After a protracted silence, South African President Jacob Zuma publicly has condemned a rise in attacks on foreign nationals in two major cities. But critics point out that the leadership in the Rainbow Nation — including Zuma himself — has been less than welcoming to foreign residents, and that a war of words started this conflagration. And the perpetual thorn in Zuma's side, opposition rabblerouser Julius Malema, says Zuma is to blame for the fact that South Africans increasingly...

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