Army moves in to Kya Sands

By Andy Rice 20 July 2010

The army deployed about 10 armoured personnel carriers to Kya Sands in northern Johannesburg on Tuesday afternoon, in an attempt to dispel threats of xenophobic violence. Police confirmed that 11 people had been injured in attacks on Monday night and early Tuesday morning. The victims comprised five South Africans, four Zimbabweans and two Mozambicans. Read more: Eyewitness News


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