Hotline Number to Report Xenophobia

CSOs from across Gauteng put their heads and resources together to combat any threats of xenophobia once the World Cup has ended

CSOs from across Gauteng, together with the South African Council of Churches, have put their heads and resources together to combat any threats of xenophobia once the World Cup has ended.

One of the initiatives they intend using to achieve this is a hotline number, which will be linked to police in all the nine provinces, for foreign nationals who are concerned about their safety.

The Humanitarian Assistance Network of South Africa’s (HANSA) Warren Viljoen, says that the hotline is established through a partnership between HANSA and Mthwakazi, an organisation that works with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.

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Source: 
BuaNews

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