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Bellegarde's Afrophobia and Vodouphobic discourse were filtered through a Western contextual view of religion, complemented by a rigid Eurocentric understanding of peoples, culture, and traditions.
I agreed with Malema when, with President Jacob Zuma sitting only a breath away from him in Parliament, he told the South African leader that his body language was not right when he was condemning the latest spate of Afrophobia in Durban where four African immigrants had been burned alive, ostensibly in protest against the joblessness of the locals.
Afrophobia has reared its head again in South Africa.