Twelve houses in a predominantly Jewish suburb of Johannesburg were spray- painted with swastikas and other Nazi symbols. The homes of non-Jewish residents in the area were also targeted. Russell Gaddin, national chairman of the South Africa Jewish Board of Deputies, believes the graffiti was the work of youthful pranksters.
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