Malawians on Friday forced shops owned by South Africans to close for business following the recent xenophobic attacks in South Africa.
While in Lilongwe, the CAMA Executive Director John Kapito and activist Billy Mayaya had to force a Shoprite shop in Lilongwe to close to adhere to the boycott call.
Kapito said they asked them to remain closed for the day because “we are avoiding ugly scenes”.
He said the ‘Black Friday’ protests of boycotting South African products will help show South Africans that “people depend on one another across the global and the continent.”
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