Xenophobia

Fourth Zimbabwean dies after attacks in Elim last month

Tops Mutanho succumbs to his injuries

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Brief | 3 October 2022

Plettenberg Bay community celebrates their African heritage in defiance of xenophobia

“We wanted people to come together and be united. We have had a traumatic past few weeks in Kwanokuthula,” says resident

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Brief | 26 September 2022

Red Cross steps in to help immigrants who fled for their lives in Elim

Many displaced families are living in the bush and too afraid to come out into the open for help

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News | 26 September 2022

Three Zimbabweans burnt to death in Elim

More than 200 immigrants are living in the bush in fear

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Brief | 22 September 2022

“If you want us to bring his head or hand that can be done” - immigrants extorted for protection money

Weekend of calm in Plettenberg Bay after week of violence, but “a solution will not be reached soon”.

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News | 19 September 2022

Immigrants’ homes torched in Plettenberg Bay township

Landlords and community members protest against xenophobic attacks

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News | 15 September 2022

Immigrants forced out of their homes in Plettenberg Bay

They say the police have failed to protect their rights

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News | 13 September 2022

Operation Dudula harasses immigrants outside Kalafong Hospital

Workers and patients taunted despite police presence

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News | 31 August 2022

Joburg traders fear for their future after their lawyers get death threats

In spite of court victory, De Villers Street clothing vendors are nervous

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News | 4 August 2022

Court orders public apologies to Chinese community

Posts on Facebook found to be hate speech

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Law | 1 August 2022

The station traders who beat PRASA

Rail agency sought interdict against traders after Operation Dudula attacks

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Feature | 20 July 2022

Court action to stop immigrants being denied life-saving healthcare

Two-year-old Zimbabwean boy died after state hospital denied him treatment because his mother had no birth certificate

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Law | 30 June 2022

GroundView: Aaron Motsoaledi’s shameful outburst

Instead of providing a reasoned defence of the government’s decision to end the Zimbabwe Exemption Permit, he has made a venomous, unhinged attack on civil society.

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GroundView | 29 June 2022

Yeoville Market fire was a xenophobic attack, say activists and stall owners

Many immigrant entrepreneurs lost their livelihoods in the fire

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News | 24 June 2022

Immigrants’ shops looted in Musina

Many immigrant business owners have fled from townships

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Brief | 19 May 2022

Terrified Zimbabweans are sending their possessions home

Cross-border bus companies say they are seeing fewer passengers but a huge increase in the amount of luggage

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News | 20 April 2022