March 16, 2015


The Heartlines saying no to xenophobia

The Heartlines family saying no to xenophobia

Heartlines, the Centre for Values Promotion, strongly condemns the violence perpetrated against foreign nationals resident in South Africa and calls on all South Africans to live out the values of acceptance and respect for others as enshrined in our Constitution.

Heartlines, a multimedia organization which produces films encouraging South Africans to live out positive values, hit the streets with banners and posters calling on all people to show support for the anti xenophobia campaigns that are currently running. They called on motorists on Jan Smuts Avenue to hoot to say no to xenophobia.

“We encourage every citizen of this country to find out how they can take part in anti xenophobia campaigns where they are and if there are none, start something and let us take a visible stand against it,” said CEO of Heartlines, Dr Garth Japhet.

For more information on how to get involved log onto and connect with causes that are dealing with xenophobia

Click here to see videos from the march


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