Four Nigerians have reportedly sustained injuries in fresh xenophobic attacks in South Africa.
The attacks it was reported took place at Witbank area of Mpumalanga province on Tuesday.
No death has been recorded so far, but there has been loss of property and people have been injured.
At the last count, there were four of them injured and they are Nigerians.
A Nigerian expressed concern over the incident, disclosed that a Nigerian, whose shop was burnt, sought refuge at a police station.
The attack is coming barely few weeks after the state visit of President Muhammadu Buhari to South Africa where the issue of xenophobic attacks was discussed
At least 490 Nigerians fled South Africa in September as a result of xenophobic attacks