The Consumers Association of Malawi (CAMA) has announced that it will this Friday lead Malawians from all regions to in shunning South African companies and outlets in the country as a way of demonstrating against Xenophobic attacks on Malawians in South Africa.

According to a statement released on Friday, The ‘Black Friday Boycotts’ will go on for the next four weeks.

Cama executive director John Kapito said the idea of boycotting South African companies and outlets is to register concern and solidarity with victims of xenophobia.

Kapito further said the consumer rights body is appealing to all Malawians not to buy any product or service from outlets with South African origins.

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