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The plight of asylum seekers has been in the spotlight following xenophobic attacks in the country earlier this year.
Ivory Coast refused him entry and the Nigerians took away his security; Mugabe’s star falls to the ground
Mugabe was so angry he stormed out of Nigeria to nearby Equatorial Guinea, where his good friend Teodoro Nguema gave him a shoulder to cry on.
A radical solution to Africa's migrant crisis; create a new country, 'Refugee Nation' someone called it
It may be a wild idea, but solutions must be found for the desperate.
In effect, the issue of migrants brings to the fore certain truths that may be unpalatable to some, especially, the more advanced economies.
There was never a loaded rifle Zuma never wanted to shoot – at his foot; but he’s cleverly exploited crises in Africa to bury xenophobia baggage.
Contrary to misplaced beliefs, South Africans’ blood remains warmly African, says country's president
While the issue isn't on the agenda, analysts say it is an opportunity to further isolate the attacks that angered continent.
South African leader said only a "small minority of South Africans" were involved in the violence.
Some 2,260 South Africans too have been held on a variety of charges.
Lessons on power-sharing fall on deaf ears in Burundi, on Ubuntu are thrown out in South Africa, and in Kenya, terrorists have a field day
Weather and conflict in Africa: It's almost winter and 'strike season' in South Africa; war more likely in hot years
A wise African government would do well to include a Weather Study Unit in its ministries of defence or internal security.
Africans, who were the main target of the attacks, account for more than 70% of visitors to the country.
This kind of hatred of fellow Africans, entrenched even in boardrooms, can only lead to more frightening social disasters.
ROGUES CORNER: A future South Africa could break up, and have possibly two 'independent' white states
One outcome of the xenophobia in South Africa is that Namibia is now a more interesting case of a “post-racial” African society.
The number rescued this weekend was one of the highest recorded in recent years.
The two countries have had a frosty relationship during Goodluck Jonathan’s term in office.
MoneyGram and Econet Wireless launch new mobile money platform in Zimbabwe; Nigeria tops Africa remittances
Remittances to the region reached $32.9 billion in 2014, a 2.2% increase over the year before, which had seen a sluggish growth of 0.9%.