- By Prof Moses Ochonu
Let no one tell you that the Afrophobic violence in South Africa is a recent or isolated phenomenon. It is not.
Some black South African academics also were
Earlier this year, when I attended the Africa conference at the University of Texas, I had the opportunity of having drinks with several scholars in the hotel suite of the convener, Professor Toyin Falola.
The Democratic Alternative (DA) party, claims to be the liberal alternative to the ANC and controls the provincial government in Guateng, where most of the Afrophobic attacks and killings.