Landisa: I fled war-torn Burundi in 2006 to find safety in SA. And all I want to do now is leave

2019-11-08 09:23

I've been in my country Burundi where there was war. When we came to South Africa, we knew that we were safe. But after everything I saw with the brutality of the police: it was worse; it was worse. We ran for our lives.

Katlehong residents demand more from Ramaphosa: 'He didn't show us enough. We want more'

2019-09-13 21:13

President Cyril Ramaphosa has called on all South Africans, especially South African men, to stand up against gender-based violence and xenophobia.

KZN police await report into alleged xenophobic attacks in Durban

2019-03-28 20:27

Police in KwaZulu-Natal are waiting for a full report from Greenwood Park Police Station into alleged xenophobic violence that has afflicted parts of the city.

I cannot separate myself from SA - Burundian nurse speaks from Durban refugee camp

Speaking from a Durban refugee camp following the xenophobic violence that displaced her, Burundian nurse Elvira Modesero speaks about her uncertain future in South Africa.

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More attacks? Foreigner returns to his Durban home anyway

2015-05-06 15:22

A young Zimbabwean worries there will be more ­attacks on foreigners, but has returned to his Durban house anyway.


Ramaphosa: African Union will be 'durable' as it learns from others' mistakes

2019-10-14 18:48

President Cyril Ramaphosa has punted the African Continental Free Trade Agreement as a tool to unify the continent, amid divisions observed globally.

SA companies count the costs of xenophobic attacks

2019-09-09 15:52

A total of four MTN outlets in Nigeria were last week damaged by retaliatory attacks to ongoing violence against foreign nationals in certain parts of South Africa, the telecom giant's CEO Rob Shuter has said.

'We are coming for you' - Gigaba to businesses employing illegal immigrants

2017-02-23 14:26

Unethical businesses that employ illegal immigrants are going to be dealt with harshly, Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has warned.

Fears grow for this year's strike season

2015-05-10 11:11

A wave of deadly xenophobic attacks has heightened fears that this year's season of labour strikes could fuel further aggression towards migrant workers.

SA tourism stung by xenophobic violence

2015-04-30 15:53

The tourism industry is likely to take a hit following a wave of xenophobic attacks this month, a setback for the country which has worked hard to clean up its image.

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