King Godwin Zwelithini who has been accused of fueling the attacks which have killed at least seven people after saying "foreign nationals should go home" , is set to urge calmness. More than 300 persons have been arrested so far. The King will make his address at astadium in Durban after saying is previous comments were distorted.
Armed groups have attacked and looted shops run by African immigrants as thousands of foreigners flee for their lives. South Africa President, Zuma, said " the wave of attacks go against everything we believe in".