SA Media Under Fire For “Ignoring Murder Of Blacks By Indians”

South African media has come under fire from various quarters for allegedly ignoring the murder of blacks by Indians.

This comes amid reports that at least 15 blacks have been killed by vengeful Indians who accuse them of burning their trucks and or looting their businesses.

Some of the killed were reportedly innocent.

Police Minister Bheki Cele confirms that 15 people have died in the Phoenix township area in Durban, during the ongoing violent clashes. Cele visited the area on Wednesday evening and made an appeal to the local residents to maintain order.

Video footage of the carnage has spread across social media, fuelling rage that could potentially motivate racially charged clashes in other parts of the country.

Some, however, blame the developments on President Cyril Ramaphosa saying inaction by the government forced citizens to be vigilantes as they sought to protect their properties.

Commenting on the tragedy, one Thabo@tbozer said:

I don’t understand how the media just turned a blind eye to what is happening in Phoenix
Zamanala Plenty@PlentyMtimande
We’ve been tweeting about what’s happening in Phoenix and the media turned a blind eye.
Others said the latest developments were reminiscent of the apartheid era when blacks were being killed.
More: Pindula News

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3 comments on “SA Media Under Fire For “Ignoring Murder Of Blacks By Indians”

  1. Really vengeful, was black panther party vengeful. People like these commented i raped so many indian women. I did my part. People like these that killed Indians for which they had nothing to do with. You are calling protecting yourself against murders as vengeful. What would you expect after their family or friends are murdered. Shame on you, biased media with anti India propoganda. Check your history then talk. We don’t talk because we like to move on. We trying to move on doesn’t mean we forgot about those massacres. See ‘s’ after massacre that means multiple.

  2. @mukanya you are foolish. Blacks font have the priviledge to fo that anywhere in the world even if they are wronged. Why do you think Indians should be left to do it in Africa?

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