South Africa Plans To Deport Thousands Back To Zimbabwe
On Tuesday (11 April 2023), a court in South Africa began hearing arguments that could impact the status of 160,000 people from neighbouring Zimbabwe who live in the country. This follows an announcement last year by South Africa that the Zimbabwe Exemption Permits scheme would not be renewed after June. ACMS’s Professor LB Landau spoke…
Health Department urged to act on allegations of health xenophobia by operation Dudula
Prof. Jo Vearey – Director of the African Centre for Migration & Society (ACMS) weighs in on allegations against Operation Dudula movement accused of targeting foreign nationals receiving medical attention at Jeppe Clinic in Johannesburg. Civil society organisations have called on the government to act on the alleged discrimination. Listen here to her discussion with…
Panel Discussion: The Implications of Xenophobic Violence for Trade & Transformation
Wits University’s African Centre for Migration & Society and the Wits-Oxford Mobility Governance Lab held a hybrid panel discussion reflecting on the meaning and implications of xenophobic violence for South Africa’s economic and political future.
INVITATION: Panel Discussion – Implications Of Xenophobic Violence For Trade & Transformation
Wits University’s African Centre for Migration & Society and the Wits-Oxford Mobility Governance Lab, invite you to a panel discussion reflecting on the meaning and implications of xenophobic violence for South Africa’s economic and political future. The discussion stems from a newly released Xenowatch report: Xenophobic Violence in South Africa: An Analysis of Trends, Causal…
‘Running Them Out of Time:’ Xenophobia, Violence, and Co-Authoring Spatiotemporal Exclusion in South Africa
Research into ‘xenophobic’ exclusion across South Africa suggests recalibrating research along two spatial and temporal dimensions.
Webinar: Xenophobia in South Africa – Cause, Contestation & Consequence
Our colleague, Xenowatch Programme Coordinator and Senior Researcher at African Centre for Migration & Society (ACMS), Dr. Jean Pierre Misago, will be a part of this important discussion on Xenophobia in South Africa hosted by the International Labour Research and Information Group (ILRIG). The webinar details are as follows: Date: …