SA Human Rights Commission slams government’s response to xenophobia

By Andy Rice 21 July 2010

The SA Human Rights Commission has criticised the government's lack of urgency in dealing with xenophobic violence. Commission chairman Lawrence Mushwana told MPs on Wednesday that the majority of departments had so far failed to respond to the body's March report on xenophobia, despite assurances that they would make recommendations within a month. Hmmm, how many months has it been since April again?  Read more: Times Live

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