TEARS flowed at the funeral of PAC member George “Sungusungu” Kwachana (45), who was killed during the xenophobic attacks in Katlehong.

Speaking at Rondebult Cemetery in Boksburg, Ekurhuleni, Prophet Paseka “Mboro” Motsoeneng of Incredible Happenings Ministry church called for peace and unity.

“Do unto others as you would want them to do to you. Love your neighbour as you love yourself,” he told mourners.

“Let’s all pray that there will be no more deaths but peace and harmony among us.”


Last week Mboro visited victims of the attack, met with residents, and called for peace between locals and foreigners.

Speakers praised him for his bravery.

PAC leader Phillip Dlamini called for unity. Fellow party leader Mzwanele Nyhontso condemned the attacks on foreigners.

Said Nyhontso: “Sungusungu died while trying to bring peace among residents, who were attacking and looting shops belonging to foreigners in Mandela section, Katlehong.

“We’re a united state of Africa and must take foreigners as our brothers and sisters. Sungusungu didn’t die in vain.”

Victims had to be housed at local halls.

On Thursday, about 150 Mozambicans boarded three buses at DH William Hall and Tsolo, while more than 90 Zimbabweans boarded two buses.

The foreigners were emotional, with some saying they didn’t want to leave but the situation forced them to.

There were mixed feelings in Mandela. Some would miss their foreign neighbours, while others said they shouldn’t come back.