Gauteng police spokesperson, Kay Makhubele, says the situation is calm for now in the Johannesburg CBD following renewed violence Sunday night.
A group of people looted shops after disrupting a meeting in which former IFP President, Mangosuthu Buthelezi, spoke to hostel residents following a week of deadly violence against foreign nationals and South Africans.
Police are yet to confirm the nationality of two people who died and five others that have been wounded during the violence.
639 people have been arrested since the beginning of the violence.
12 people have been killed so far.
For more we cross to our reporter Nozintombi Miya in Braamfontein.
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