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Armed protesters reportedly warned president Mohammadu Buhari not enter South Africa, noting that they do not need him.
This was announced on South Africa national television, shared on viral video on Instagram.
President Buhari was scheduled to visit the country on October over the lingered unabated xenophobic attack.
Cyril Ramaphosa had said on Thursday at least ten people had been killed, two of them revealed to be foreign nationals, in violence that began in Pretoria and spread to nearby Johannesburg.
Buhari had earlier sent Special Envoys arrived on South Africa on Thursday 5 September to convey a message to the president.
Another phase of violence triggered on Sunday in South Africa, armed protesters invaded streets chanting, warned foreigners to leave the country.