Is South Africa doing enough to fight xenophobia? | Inside Story

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    Migrants in South Africa are facing an increasing numbers of attacks, and police are often indifferent to the issue. That’s the conclusion of a Human Rights Watch report published a year after the launch of a national plan to tackle xenophobia. The watchdog found South Asians and migrants from other parts of Africa living in fear. Mobs have destroyed foreign-owned businesses and homes. So what’s needed to ensure equality for all in the ‘Rainbow Nation’? Presenter: Imran Khan Guests: Dewa Mavhinga – Southern Africa Director, Human Rights Watch Fasiha Hassan – Gauteng Provincial Legislature Member Ralph Mathekga – Political Analyst –

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