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After recent attacks against foreign nationals last week, ActionAid South Africa (AASA) is horrified to learn of the xenophobic utterances made by Mario Khumalo, leader of an outwardly xenophobic political party, South African First, as well as the anti-foreigner march planned to take place in Pretoria tomorrow. The march is led by the Mamelodi Concerned Residents who have allegedly been handing out flyers spreading hate speech and inciting violence against foreign nationals.

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After recent attacks against foreign nationals last week, ActionAid South Africa (AASA) is horrified to learn of the xenophobic utterances made by Mario Khumalo, leader of an outwardly xenophobic political party, South African First, as well as the anti-foreigner march planned to take place in Pretoria tomorrow. The march is led by the Mamelodi Concerned Residents who have allegedly been handing out flyers spreading hate speech and inciting violence against foreign nationals.

After recent attacks against foreign nationals last week, ActionAid South Africa (AASA) is horrified to learn of the xenophobic utterances made by Mario Khumalo, leader of an outwardly xenophobic political party, South African First, as well as the anti-foreigner march planned to take place in Pretoria tomorrow. The march is led by the Mamelodi Concerned Residents who have allegedly been handing out flyers spreading hate speech and inciting violence against foreign nationals.

After recent attacks against foreign nationals last week, ActionAid South Africa (AASA) is horrified to learn of the xenophobic utterances made by Mario Khumalo, leader of an outwardly xenophobic political party, South African First, as well as the anti-foreigner march planned to take place in Pretoria tomorrow. The march is led by the Mamelodi Concerned Residents who have allegedly been handing out flyers spreading hate speech and inciting violence against foreign nationals.

After recent attacks against foreign nationals last week, ActionAid South Africa (AASA) is horrified to learn of the xenophobic utterances made by Mario Khumalo, leader of an outwardly xenophobic political party, South African First, as well as the anti-foreigner march planned to take place in Pretoria tomorrow. The march is led by the Mamelodi Concerned Residents who have allegedly been handing out flyers spreading hate speech and inciting violence against foreign nationals.

After recent attacks against foreign nationals last week, ActionAid South Africa (AASA) is horrified to learn of the xenophobic utterances made by Mario Khumalo, leader of an outwardly xenophobic political party, South African First, as well as the anti-foreigner march planned to take place in Pretoria tomorrow. The march is led by the Mamelodi Concerned Residents who have allegedly been handing out flyers spreading hate speech and inciting violence against foreign nationals.