In another series of xenophobic attacks, South Africans have used social media to incite Nigerians to leave their country.
This comes just one year after many Nigerians and other African nationals were killed and their businesses closed in a series of attacks in the country.
This led to a diplomatic dispute between the two African giants, which was later settled after President Muhammadu Buhari visited his South African counterpart Cyril Ramaphosa in Pretoria.
After months of relative calm, South Africans have resumed their demand for the liberation of their country from the Nigerians, this time with more force.
They accused Nigerian nationals of ruining their communities by selling drugs and exploiting families in need through human trafficking.
They complained with the hashtag #NigeriansMustGo and called on their authorities to emulate the Ghanaians who have ruthlessly attacked Nigerians and their businesses over the past year.
They also insist that the ruling African National Congress (ANC) should resign or be voted out if it cannot satisfy their wish to repatriate Nigerians back to their country.