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More foreigners attacked in South Africa


Some foreign-owned shops have been vandalised and cars torched in South Africa’s northern Polokwane city.

Police spokesman Lieutenant-Colonel Moatshe Ngoepe denied the attack was xenophobic, but did not give a possible motive.

Locals chanted anti-drugs slogans as they moved through the streets, South Africa’s News24 site reported.

Foreigners have been accused of being involved in drug dealing by some local communities.

In a tweet, a road safety campaign group gave a different version:

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