Former president Jacob Zuma was never going to remain the all-powerful and omnipresent political figure that he thought, writes Pieter du Toit.
The Connors' story shows how just one unintentional violation of US immigration law can land a family in weeks of detention in an unfamiliar country.
Theresa Ocampo, a migrant from Angola, has traveled across the planet countries to make it to southern Mexico. She hopes one day to make it to Canada.
The popular "Plan B" passport doesn't come cheap.
Some Canadian states are successfully attracting South African farmers, recent anecdotal evidence shows, while business owners are following their children abroad.
Noah devised a viral conspiracy theory that Trump is targeting the first lady with his immigration policies.
President Donald Trump's campaign has run hundreds of Facebook ads using the word "invasion" when referring to immigration over the past year.
Trump smirked and joked as a crowd member said "shoot them" in response to how Border Patrol are to control migrants without violence.
The ACLU is asking a federal judge to clarify when children can be taken from their parents — meaning only if the parent is truly dangerous or unfit.
Xpatweb's recently released annual Critical Skills Survey highlights the top critical skills that employers struggle to recruit within local borders.
The issue of undocumented persons is a pressing matter. We must be frank and honest with one another as is expected of people who hold the interests of South Africa close to heart, writes Herman Mashaba.
The Department of Home Affairs has spent nearly R9m since the start of April on flights to deport undocumented migrants.
Enraged by the soaring numbers of migrant families seeking asylum in the US, Trump reportedly turned to a number of gruesome solutions.
Trump urged officials to seize land and violate environmental laws to get the wall built, the Washington Post reported Tuesday. Trump denied it.
One wonders what advantage leaders derive from invoking issues of identity and nationality in dealing with criminal elements, except to incite xenophobic and Afrophobic sentiments from innocent citizens, writes Zenzo Moyo.
How are we, as a City, supposed to effectively and accurately plan and budget, when we do not know who is even in our city, asks Herman Mashaba.
It is "untenable" that South Africa can have large numbers of undocumented immigrants, chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs Bongani Bongo said.
In a newly discovered FCC filing, it was revealed that the US government is testing surveillance balloons in the US this summer.
Trump is not backing down, after earlier telling four lawmakers to "go back" to the "crime-infested places from which they came."
South Africans are hedging their bets by investing abroad and by acquiring a second citizenship or residency at an unprecedented rate, says an immigration specialist.
The Fort Sill military base will be a "temporary emergency influx shelter" for the children, the Department of Health and Human Services said.
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