Xenophobia is a symptom of bad leadership

Editor, xenophobia in South Africa foreigners has its root cause from the local economic and employment policies and should have been prevented by the country’s leader after the apartheid.

Editor,

xenophobia in South Africa foreigners has its root cause from the local economic and employment policies and should have been prevented by the country’s leader after the apartheid.

It's really shocking to see these deeds by the same people who experienced refugees' challenging life during apartheid era.

Other countries, including Rwanda, who shared the similar experience, should take note of that when attracting investors and workforce to boost economy. Fortunately, the highly accountable leadership we already have in Rwanda would not allow such tragedy.

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Reaction to the story, “International uproar over xenophobia as S. Africa regrets 'insensitive' attacks” (The New Times, April 23)

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