Foreigners in South Africa fear for safety after attacks

Nigerian leader condemns anti-foreigner attacks in South Africa after days of rioting

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    There is growing outrage after a series of xenophobic attacks on foreign-owned businesses in South Africa.

    Nigeria's vice president says his country will boycott the World Economic Forum in South Africa, while African foreign nationals working in South Africa have expressed dismay over the unrest.

    Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from Johannesburg.


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