Pick n Pay attacked in Zambia as they protest against #XenophobiaInSouthAfrica

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Zambians Attack Pick n Pay

Zambians join the likes of Nigeria protesting against Xenophobic Attacks happening in South Africa. Earlier we shared a video of UNZA students marching to the South African Embassy and it seems now the march has escalated as the angry students attacked Pick n Pay.

They were also reports that Shoprite at Mandahill was attacked by the group of people. Clearly the impact of Xenophobia in South Africa is causing a major economic impact as chain stores from South Africa are being attacked.

Despite the fact that more than 85 per cent of workers in these shops are Zambians, the UNZA students feel they need to send a message to South Africa and the rest of the World that Xenophobia is not good for everyone.

Watch the video below of University of Zambia students flocking in Pick n Pay.

In More News – Zambians take the fight to SA Embassy in Lusaka, Attack Shoprite Store

Videos coming in from Zambia show that Zambians have decided to take a stand against the Xenophobic Attacks in South Africa. They are seen marching to the South African Embassy protesting and singing.

Watch the live video below of how Zambians are protesting the treatment of foreigners. watch the video

Source – ZambiaNews365

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