South Africa's police special task force point guns at a carjacker during a mock exercise showing the readiness of the security forces for the Soccer World Cup, in Johannesburg, South Africa, Monday, May 17, 2010. South African police say they are ready to provide adequate security for the football World Cup starting in June. The authorities have recruited and trained 44,000 new officers for the event, and bought new vehicles, water cannon and other equipment.
Members of the South African elite Special Task Force patrol a shanty town dirt street during ongoing xenophobia attacks in a Ramaphosa squatter camp east of Johannesburg, South Africa on May 20, 2008. An estimated 23 people have died with hundreds injured and thousands displaced after a week of violent attacks on foreign nationals.