JOHANNESBURG – Recently-appointed Bafana Bafana coach Molefi Ntseki has expressed his concerns that fellow Africans are attacking each other as the current wave of xenophobia continues to damage relationships within the continent.
Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) has pulled out of the intended friendly international match between Bafana Bafana and Chipolopolo in Lusaka citing security concerns in South Africa and Ntseki said what is currently happening is very un-African, abhorrent and doesn’t fit in with the traditional African norms.
The coach said it was worrying to see fellow Africans attacking each other.
“It is very worrying. It is an unfortunate situation and we tend to forget that we are all Africans and we are all human beings and to take someone’s life is not acceptable.
“I think we must be united as Africans, let’s protect each other. Africans are loving people and we need to reciprocate that love.