Habesha Community united Ethiopians and Eritreans in South Africa
South Africa is home to thousands of immigrants from across Africa. Since recent times, there has been a rising tide of Xenophobia that affected many immigrants.
Ethiopians and Eritreans business community in Pretoria, South Africa, formed Habesha community to protect their interest and security in the wake of Xenophobia in South Africa. The community has been around for five years now.
Find out from the Audio/Video clip below what the community has been up to and what it has done since it was founded.
Audio/Video credit : VOA Amharic
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