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A police officer tackles looters during xenophobic attacks in KwaZulu-Natal. The attacks, which began two weeks ago, have sent shockwaves through the diplomatic, business and human rights circles. Photo: Doctor Ngcobo

15 April 2015


A police officer tackles looters during xenophobic attacks in KwaZulu-Natal. The attacks, which began two weeks ago, have sent shockwaves through the diplomatic, business and human rights circles. Photo: Doctor Ngcobo

A police officer tackles looters during xenophobic attacks in KwaZulu-Natal. The attacks, which began two weeks ago, have sent shockwaves through the diplomatic, business and human rights circles. Photo: Doctor Ngcobo

By Sechaba ka’Nkosi, Justin Brown and Ellis Mnyandu

Land grab

Regarding the debate about the country’s symbols, a development that has also raised emotions, Borain said this would not drive investment but it did show that South Africa was an unsettled country. However, Borain did say that colonial statues being pulled down were not a ‘huge issue’ for investors.

“Eskom’s woes were a hugely influential issue for investors,” he added.

Turning to the topic of the move by EFF supporters to invade and grab private land in Ballito, Borain said there had been no reaction to this.

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