Mob in separate incidents attacked the business enterprises of South Africans in Lagos in reprisal over several attacks on Nigerians and their businesses in South Africa.
"Having gone through the first phase without any remorse or practical action to end xenophobic attacks in South Africa, we wish to announce that Nigerian students have made a decision to take on South Africans same way they are doing to our people".
"Enough is enough. We will take definitive measures".
Some South Africans, including high-profile members of the government, have, in the past, justified taking measures against the growing number of foreigners who they believe would soon take over the country if nothing is done.
South Africa has big business concerns in Nigeria - such as MTN, Shoprite and DStv - while Nigerians are a major force in the retail trade sector of the South African economy.
"Instead of to go become dog for city..." "We want to be sure of the security of (the) visiting team".
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Many Nigerians have also bought into the businesses.
Police arrested more than 40 people on Monday in Johannesburg, Tembisa township (located east of Johannesburg) and Pretoria.
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Nigeria summoned its South African ambassador to express "displeasure over the treatment of her citizens" and dispatched a special envoy, who is expected to arrive later this week.
"It started in Pretoria and people have not been able to do their businesses".
Nigeria has issued veiled threats over attacks on its citizens in the unfolding xenophobic attacks in South Africa.
The said driver was, however, allegedly killed by a Tanzanian which sparked the violence that resorted to the looting of shops owned by Nigerians and some other foreigners in that country.
He said, "In some parts of Guateng Province the looting has continued. 63 years after the women of 1956 marched for the right to live in freedom, women in this country live in fear, not of the apartheid police but of their brothers, sons, fathers and uncles".
"South Africans are scared and lack real hope for the future", said Mmusi Maimane, leader of the Democratic Alliance, South Africa's official opposition.
- Lizette Lancaster, Project Manager for crime and Justice Information and Analysis Hub at ISSThe victims, ironically, are not just the foreigners or migrants, it is the people that own those buildings.
Meanwhile, Nigerian Citizens Association in South Africa, NICASA, has called on the South African authorities to arrest and prosecute those involved in the burning and looting of Nigerian businesses in that country.