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  • Mass meeting: King Goodwill Zwelithini has called an imbizo in response to pressure that he add his voice to moves to bring an end to xenophobic violence. Click on the pic for the full story. Picture: Khaya Ngwenya

  • Foreigners in Ekurhuleni have lashed out at South Africa’s government, accusing it of failing to protect them against xenophobic attacks. Click on the pic to read more. Picture: Khaya Ngwenya

  • Law and order: President Jacob Zuma's son, Edward, has condemned the recent attacks on foreign nationals in KwaZulu-Natal and said those caught looting or attacking foreign nationals should be dealt with legally. Click on the pic for the full story.

  • Off-the-cuff: President Jacob Zuma and members of his Cabinet face having to take questions on the spot without scripted answers in Parliament if new proposed rules are adopted. Click on the pic for the full story. Picture: Lerato Maduna/Foto24

  • White elephant: A R160 million government building in Mpumalanga that was meant to store crucial documents has now been virtually abandoned. Click on the pic to read more. Picture: Leon Sadiki/City Press

  • ‘Gangster’: Mark Lifman, one of South Africa’s biggest underworld bosses, has been handed a tax bill of R388 million. Click on the pic for the full story.

  • Stay up or come down? How other countries deal with their statue problems. Click on the pic to find out.

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President Jacob Zuma has failed us. He has not protected us.
Amos Madhudhu, a Zimbabwean who was part of a group of foreigners who were displaced in Ekurhuleni, lashing out at South Africa’s government