VERY URGENT LETTER TO PRESIDENT ZUMA (Afri-Hatred and Afri-Phobia, Black on Black Violence)

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Over the past couple of weeks South Africa and the world have been witnessing mass atrocities perpetrated by Afrikans upon fellow Afrikans. Uphondo Community Network has seen it fit to pen a letter to the Honourable President Zuma to urgently intervene in this unfortunate situation. Below and attached is the letter to the President.

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Uphondo calls upon all peace loving people to sign the attached letter and email it to the President as a matter of urgency.
The president's email address is presidentrsa@po.gov.za . If, for whatever reason you cannot sign, please forward to your contacts who may be able to assist to bring sanity to that area.

Should you have other people who can sign onto hard copies please do be so kind as to print and Uphondo can arrange how the hard copies can be collected and delivered to the President. You can reach Uphondo on info@uphondo.com

Thank you in advance

Uphondo

His Excellency President Jacob Zuma
The Presidency
Union Buildings
Government Avenue
Pretoria
Email: presidentrsa@po.gov.za
Tel: 012 3005200

Re: VERY URGENT - BLACK ON BLACK VIOLENCE IN DURBAN

Dear President Zuma

Mr. President, may I request your personal and undivided attention and response to the ongoing violence in Durban and the surrounding areas. Failure to bring this disastrous situation to an immediate halt, in Durban, may result in something worse nationwide.

Honourable Sir, what we are witnessing is a sad case of Afri-hatred and Afri-phobia manifesting itself as Black on Black violence. Our Afrikan Brothers and Sisters are being massacred by their own fellow Afrikans. Not long ago, Mr. President, as confirmed by history and utterances by some of our leaders, including yourself, Presidents Mandela and Mbeki, Afrika was in solidarity in the fight against colonialism and apartheid and now we have Afrikans shedding each other's blood, with, sadly, South Africa, being one of the leading nations in that regard.

Despite the fact that, as a nation, South Africa probably speaks the most about Ubuntu, it seems to be drifting into a position where it is fast being viewed as having one of the worst track records when it comes to living by the principles and values of Ubuntu. Mr President, I humbly implore you to act decisively on this most urgent situation. The implications of what is happening are too many and too diverse to even begin to list.

Mr President, may you act upon the following:

1. Getting His Majesty King Zwelithini to desist from making utterances which may be construed as sowing seeds of division and violence against other people.
2. Getting your son Edward to also desist from making utterances which may be construed as sowing seeds of division and violence against other people.
3. Encouraging both the King and your son to actively participate in efforts to stop the killing and therefore restore the dignity of South Africans and South Africa as a nation.
4. Have more visible policing in the affected areas and other potential "hot spots".
5. Deploy the army to protect the people, as it is becoming apparent SAPS, is struggling, on their own, to contain the situation.
6. Bring to book all police and or any other government officials complicit in the violation of other people's rights, more particularly referring to the rights our Brothers and Sisters from other parts of Afrika and some other nationalities who may happen to be affected in the process.

Mr. President, this is not just about "them", it is also about you, personally, your legacy. Much praises have been showered upon you for your role in ending the violence of the 90s in KwaZulu Natal. When your legacy on human rights of fellow Afrikans in South Afrika is written, let it not be said that you sat by and watched silently, as if powerless in the face of obvious genocide and mass atrocities. Let it not be said Mr. President that you failed to prevent a repeat of the violence and mass atrocities witnessed in May 2008. Please do not leave a legacy bloodied and stained by the blood of our Brothers and Sisters. Mr. President please do not abandon them, hear their cries, our cries, the cries of Afrika and indeed the cries of the Global Afrikan Nation.

Finally Mr. President, let it be known that I have great confidence in your authority and hence ability to contain this unfortunate situation. Please uphold your commitment to the advancement of Afrika and it's people and end these atrocities and show the world that indeed Ubuntu is alive and well in South Africa.

Yours faithfully

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