One of Malawi’s Big Brother Africa, Nafe, full name Alinafe Kulemeka, has expressed deep disappointment at South Africans for the ongoing afrophobic attacks.
Nafe, who was in the House alongside cousin Wati, posted his displeasure on his Facebook page.
“Ya’ll overcame apartheid then go around and f…k wit EVERYBODY else? So nothing has been done if you ask me. Most of South Africa just lost my respect,” wrote Nafe.
There are ongoing attacks on African foreigners in South Africa following a statement made by Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini in March.
Zwelithin called for the ‘extermination of these lice’ in reference to foreigners, whom he asked to pack up and leave South Africa.
Malawi government has sent buses to repatriate close to 400 Malawians trapped at two camps in Durban, where the attacks started, costing the taxpayer K30 million.
Nafe is studying in Dublin.
Meanwhile activist Billy Mayaya has confirmed civil society will officially conduct protests on 21st April at the South African embassy in the capital, Lilongwe.
Most key entertainment figures are yet to add their voice in condemning the xenophobic attacks, now christened Afrophobia, where government says only four Malawians have been badly injured and are receiving media support.