KFM and CapeTalk under Lead SA will take to social media today to show solidarity as we stand up against Xenophobia.

Both stations have asked listeners to light a candle, and tweet or post a photo on the LEAD SA and station Facebook pages using the hashtag – #NoToXenophobia.

The campaign is in response to a spate of xenophobic attacks in several parts of South Africa that have left thousands of people displaced and several dead.

Lead SA has been inundated with the goodwill of people who want to stand up, and stories continue to pour in under the #NoToXenophobia hashtag of people actively assisting those who have been affected.

“We are humbled by the many voices that have risen against xenophobia and the countless instances of activism during this dark time. There is a need for us to come together and show our condemnation through peaceful unity,” Lead SA added.

The photos will be used to create a wall of images  in memory of those who have lost their lives.

For updates and information please follow @Lead_SA and #NoToXenophobia or visit leadsa.co.za.

We are asking people everywhere to Lead SA and show solidarity as we say #NoToXenophobia.

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