Xenophobic attacks in South Africa: an ethical response - Have we lost the underlying spirit of Ubuntu?

@inproceedings{Koenane2013XenophobicAI,
  title={Xenophobic attacks in South Africa: an ethical response - Have we lost the underlying spirit of Ubuntu?},
  author={Mojalefa Lehlohonolo Johannes Koenane},
  year={2013}
}
In this paper, I am troubled by the xenophobic situation that has come to characterise Black South Africans to the point of overshadowing any goodness South Africa has collectively achieved. The paper attempts to initiate an objective debate on the possible reasons, both for the acts of xenophobia and (passive) complicity with it. The paper closely analyses these reasons and suggests a way forward. The authors do not attempt to judge those labelled xenophobic but challenge politicians and the… CONTINUE READING

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