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25th February 2017

#FootballAgainstXenophobia
The community of African Football is today joining hands with the rest of the
world in condemning the various acts of Xenophobia in South Africa and the
rest of the continent.
Under the banner of the Football Africa Arena, a WhatsApp Group comprising
of leading voices in the Football Industry, the hashtag
#FootballAgainstXenophobia seeks to highlight the positive role Football can
play, to overcome Xenophobia and other forms of discrimination in the
African continent.
The multi-national and multi-racial nature of football has seen the Sport
challenge the very basis of discrimination because Football is a game for all,
which thrives on human instinct.
There is so much fighting and killing in the name of peace that it is difficult to
talk of peace. But if people maintain contact, they do not fight. And football
helps people to do just that. The players on the field are in contact with each
other and the fans in the stands interact with each other. Football is indeed a
tool for peaceful resolution.
Recalling the euphoria of the successful transition to non-racial democracy,
and successful hosting of the FIFA World Cup 2010, South Africa has and will

always remain a beacon of hope and a model for socio-economic stability in
the African continent. It is imperative that the country projects an image
which the rest of the continent is proud to identify with Ubuntu.
Football mirrors aspects of society and serves as a powerful agent of social
change.
We hereby welcome all stakeholders including footballers, administrators and
fans to join us in our hashtag #FootballAgainstXenophobia and be part of
influencing positive change, and encourage peaceful coexistence between
communities and nationalities through Football.

Football Africa Arena (FAA)

#FootballAgainstXenophobia

Football Africa Arena (FAA)


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