Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Ethiopian and Foreign-owned shops in South Africa looted

Analysts suggest violence is a result of poor locals' frustration with inequality and migrants taking jobs.



Dozens of people have been arrested in South Africa following the rioting and looting of foreign-owned shops.
Some analysts say the recent violence is a result of poor South Africans being frustrated with the government and taking it out on foreigners who seem to be doing better than they are.
Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from Diepsloot township in Johannesburg.
Source:
Al Jazeera