Community in distress as a businessman goes missing in South Africa 

Abdullahi Botan Sarurow, went missing after he transported commercial goods on a truck to Thabazimbi in the Limpopo province of South Africa, about 146km from Brits, where he lives in.

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Community in distress as a businessman goes missing in South Africa 

CAPE TOWN, South Africa – The Somali community in South Africa at large is still in distress following the disappearance of a young and energetic businessman in the country’s northwest last week.

Abdullahi Botan Sarurow, went missing after he transported commercial goods on a truck to Thabazimbi in the Limpopo province of South Africa, about 146km from Brits, where he lives in.

It is still unclear the whereabouts of the trader and his continued absence sent a shockwave among the Somali community in South Africa who long-faced mounting xenophobic attacks.

South Africa's government has been accused of falling short and ignoring the calls to end deadly xenophobic violence against foreigners, including Somalis by local violent mobs and gangs.

For the past years, dozens of Somalis were killed in the wave of the attacks on migrants which became common in the country where locals accuse the foreigners of stealing their jobs.

In May 2021, a young Somali-American businessman Bashir Mohamed Mahmoud who has been missing for over a week has been found dead in Kenya and his killing sparked suspicion that it was pre-mediated murder. 

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Warar 28 October 2021 17:40

Cabdirashiid Maxamed Axmed iyo wafti uu hoggaamin doono ee xubnaha Guddiga Batroolka, ayaa la rumeysan yahay in ay maalmaha soo socda ka ambabaxaan Muqdisho, si u soo xaraashaan xirmooyinka shidaalka Soomaaliya.