President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa was booed by Zimbabweans on Saturday during former president Robert Mugabe’s funeral service over xenophobic attacks on foreigners in his country.
Zimbabweans raise their voices immediately Ramaphosa took to the podium to deliver his speech.
The people finally calm down after continued appease from the hosts before Ramaphosa went on to apologise for the xenophobic violence in South Africa.
Recall that South Africans have been attacking foreigners especially those from fellow African countries, burning and looting their businesses.
Some African countries reacted to the xenophobic attacks on their citizens by boycotting the World Economic Forum in South Africa.
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