Many South Africans have come out on the street to beg Nigerians and other African nationals for forgiveness after the xenophobic attacks.
They were shown in a video marching on the street singing and begging for forgiveness.
They held banners as they march, calling for unity in Africa.
This is coming less than 24 hours Mr. Cyril Ramaphosa, the South Africa president was booed on Saturday in Harare, the capital city of Zimbabwe, while delivering a speech at the funeral of Robert Mugabe, a former Zimbabwean President, who died at 95 penultimate on Friday.
South Africans had in the last two weeks attacked foreign nationals in their country, accusing them of taken up jobs in their cities and demanded they leave.
An action that forced Air Peace to fly some Nigerians in south Africa back to the country.
Other African countries have criticized South Africa for their action.
Some of the South Africa business in Nigeria such as MTN and shoprite were attacked in Lagos in retaliation of the attacks on Nigerians in South Africa.