Overseas Chinese in South Africa on Friday established a special fund designed to protect their security in the country.
More than 30 representatives participated in a meeting and decided to set up the fund designed to fight violent crimes targeting overseas Chinese in South Africa.
The fund will be used to award police, detectives and informers, who make contributions in solving cases.
As many as 14 Chinese were killed in the country since the beginning of this year.
Pan Xinchun, a counselor at the Chinese embassy in South Africa, said that the Chinese embassy in South Africa would strengthen cooperation with South Africa's law-enforcing departments and urge them to bring the criminals to justice.