This factsheet provides a numerical summary of xenophobic violence incidents that occurred across South Africa between January 2019 and September 2019. Prepared by: Silindile N. Mlilo
Xenowatch participated in a dialogue on xenophobia, nationality, and equality in South Africa, hosted by The Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria.
No matter how inconvenient it may be for the state, foreign migrants are not the root cause of our troubles, write Jo Vearey and Gina Snyman for the City Press
Understanding the drivers and consequences of Xenophobia, reflecting on a multi-sectoral approach to response
Xenowatch participated in a dialogue on ‘Understanding the drivers and consequences of Xenophobia, reflecting on a multi-sectoral approach to response’, which was hosted by The Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC).
Loren B. Landau writes in the New York Times that the attacks on immigrants are neither irrational nor spontaneous.
Dr. Rebecca Walker, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Centre for Migration Studies speaks on the Political Desk on 702.