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South African Christian recording artists Neville D, Judith Sephuma and Patrick Duncan have collaborated to produce a song and music video in response to xenophobia attacks: appropriately it is called “Pray” and it is available for immediate playlisting.
The artists comment on xenophobia and their response:
“I would like to make an announcement to all the perpetrators of xenophobia …You are just a minority consisting of confused family members who don’t understand value of true brotherhood. We love you, but you are wrong! If you continue in this way, you won’t succeed because the majority of South Africans says NO! to Xenophobia.” – Patrick Duncan
“We need to realise the power of social media network, television and radio to SPEAK LIFE.” – Judith Sephuma
“I like Jesus’ idea about loving your neighbour as yourself, because I don’t think you can love and murder your neighbour at the same time.” – Neville D
The song Pray was composed by Neville D, published by Neville D Music admin: Active Publishing, and the studio work was by Digital Forest Studio — Andrew and Jeremy Viljoen. Sponsors are Euclid Jacobs and Mark Jackson.