(By Estera Popowska)
Latest in a series of xenophobic attacks in South Africa, foreign-owned shops have reportedly been attacked and looted in east Johannesburg, BBC reported.
A standoff is ongoing in Johannesburg, with police forming a barrier between an angry crowd and foreign-owned shops.
South African president Jacob Zuma. On Thursday held a ralley against xenophobia in the coastal city of Durban in which he condemned the violence against foreigners. But this has done little to quell the increasing xenophobic attacks.