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Anti-South Africa protests spreads to DRC, Air Tanzania’s blacklist and other ( see proof)



Nigeria and Zambia, now its in the Democratic Republic of Congo, DRC; that South Africa is under attack.

Photos on social media showed that protesters had violently displayed at the premises of the South African embassy in Lubumbashi, capital of the Katanga Province.

Elsewhere, businesses belonging to South African brands have also been attacked and looted.

Over in the SADC region, Tanzania’s national carrier, Air Tanzania; announced that it had suspended flights to South Africa over the violent incidents of the last few days.

Works Transport and Communication Minister, Isack Kamwelwe, on Thursday said all flights scheduled for South Africa effective Friday had been cancelled till the South African authorities get a grip on safety of foreigners in the country.

Bullet points of major incidents around the issue:

Madagascar calls off friendly with South Africa

Air Tanzania suspends flights to South Africa

Anti-South Africa protests in DRC

Nigerian Airline to airlift citizens back home for free

South Africa says arrests at 289, death toll stands at 5

Kenya says two of its citizens were killed

South Africa must do more to stop xenophobia – Amnesty International

Nigeria issues South Africa Travel Advisory

Local airline, Air Peace, offers free evacuation of Nigerians

Nigeria pulls out of World Economic Forum on Africa, ongoing in Cape Town

Reprisal attacks were recorded in Lagos and Ibadan

Abuja issued statement calling for calm and restraint

Nigeria police beefs up security at SA-owned businesses

Regional body, Southern Africa Development Community, SADC; voices condemnation

Botswana issues South Africa travel advisory

MTN shuts all shops across Nigeria

Zambia shuts three South African malls

Zambia football body cancels match with SA.