Eastern Cape premier on anti-xenophobia drive

21 April 2015 - 15:00 By Mike Loewe

The Eastern Cape Premier Phumulo Masualle took to the streets of East London to promote an anti-xenophobia message to the people. He accompanied Sports‚ Recration‚ Arts and Culture MEC Pemmy Majodina and Buffalo City Mayor Zukiswa Ncitha on a walk through the busy streets of East London’s CBD speaking to taxi operators and commuters.The delegation went to the Gillwell and Buffalo Street taxi ranks‚ where taxi drivers said they were impressed that government was taking an active stance against South Africans hurting foreigners.Gabi Adzokatse from Ghana wished the campaign well‚ saying he hoped it would show how foreign nationals and South Africans got alongMasualle was expected to ride the train through the city on Tuesday afternoon handing out pamphlets and talking to people. - RDM News Wire, Daily Dispatch..

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