Pan-Africanist Akashambatwa Mbikusita-Lewanika has called for a boycott of all South Africa products.
Mr Mbikusita-Lewanika who posted on his Facebook page also called on the African Union to suspend South Africa from the continental body.
He declared that he will not be buying anything from a South African shop or any South African associated shop.
Mr Mbikusita-Lewanika also stated that he will not fly on South African airways until what he called murderous savagery ends.
‘Meanwhile…. South Africa should be suspended from AU! ….No to one man, one vote and mass murder year after year…This more savage than Soweto ’76!’ he wrote.
Meanwhile, Amnesty International South Africa has urged the South African government to urgently take steps to combat impunity for xenophobic violence.
In a statement, Amnesty International South Africa says South African authorities will need to do much more if impunity for xenophobic violence and other relating longstanding human rights violations are to be effectively combated, has said today.
“We acknowledge that the police are conducting arrests. However the authorities must launch full, transparent and independent investigations, and bring suspected perpetrators to account,” said Sicel’mpilo Shange-Buthane, Executive Director of Amnesty International-South Africa.
“The prevailing culture of impunity must be stopped.”
In the past two weeks, at least four people have been killed, many others seriously injured, shops looted and over 1,000 people displaced in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal province.