The centre for human rights at South Africa’s University of Pretoria, on Thursday condemned the march against foreign nationals that took place on Wednesday in the City of Tshwane, Pretoria, targeting Nigerians and Zimbabweans. The African News Agency quotes the Director of the centre at the University’s Faculty of Law, Professor Frans Viljoen as saying the centre understood that there were concerns regarding the state of security in the country, however, crime has no nationality. Viljoen said that law enforcement agencies need to hold anyone accountable who instigates violence based on anti-migrant rhetoric and xenophobia, stressing that this kind of march underlines the need for the government to deliberately cultivate social cohesion between South Africans and foreign nationals.