Lawyers for Human Rights videos
The spate of looting of foreign national's shops in Isipingo south of Durban has again thrown open the issue of xenophobia once again. Police say members of the community were allegedly looting shops owned by foreigners. To discuss the impact of xenophobia on the integration of migrants in South Africa we have in our Durban studios Nomagugu Mlawe. Shes an attorney with Lawyers for Human rights in the refugee and migrant rights programme.
Liesl Muller - head of LHR's Statelessness Project - discusses the issues around statelessness on Afrikaans channel KykNet.
Recent incidents of looting against 'foreign-owned' shops in Soweto, Kagiso and other parts of Gauteng, have sparked fears of xenophobic violence similar to that of 2008 resurfacing. What do we know about the contribution of ‘foreign-owned’ businesses to the township economy and South Africa?
The spate of looting of foreign nationals' shops in parts of Soweto has thrown open the issue of xenophobia once again. To discuss the impact of xenophobia on the integration of migrants in South Africa, SABC interviewed Patricia Erasmus from the Refugee and Migrant Rights Programme at Lawyers for Human Rights.
Home Affairs says it’s suspended three officials over an illegal deportation scandal. The department landed in hot water after deporting a Botswana national who’s accused of murder in his home country.
Three key witnesses at the hearing into the mutli-billion rand Arms Deal on Thursday called for the probe to be dissolved.
iTemba school educates the children of refugees when they're turned away by public schools. But money has dried up and the pupils face eviction.