John Robbie ended his broadcast week presenting his Breakfast Show live from Moroka Police Station in Soweto.
He spoke to Gauteng MEC for Community Safety, Sizakele Mkosi-Malobane, who doesn't believe that this looting is Xenophobic in nature.
It's not a random attack on individuals who are foreign nationals, it is different from 2008.— Gauteng MEC for Community Safety, Sizakele Mkosi-Malobane
Caller Munier immediately disagreed with the MEC - saying the looting is Xenophobic, as his father who is a foreign national living in the community for 50 years. He is well known yet his shop was looted!
It's just an opportunity to loot.— Munier
Lincoln, a South African, shared a very different sentiment... He believes that the looting is definitely sparked by Xenophobia.
They treat our people with arrogance.— Lincoln
A looter by the name of Tebogo called in to the show admit that his own acts were opportunistic - in no way Xenophobic. He felt that was a motivation shared by many of the looters with him.
I just happened to take part— Tebogo
Listen to Tebogo's call to John Robbie:
What do you think?