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July 23

  • South Africa: SA to Tighten Border Control

    SAnews.gov.za

    State Security Minister David Mahlobo says more emphasis will be placed on effective control and management of South Africa's border security. Read more »



July 22

  • Zimbabwe: Botswana-Based Zimbabweans Want to Remain

    SW Radio

    A Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition delegation has found that Zimbabweans who are living in Botswana believe that they are better off living in that country. Read more »

  • Namibia: Ban Unskilled Foreign Labourers

    New Era

    The Congress of Democrats (CoD) yesterday said, unskilled foreign workers should be banned from Namibia and that minerals and natural resources should be redistributed to... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Uhuru Seminar On Family and Migration

    New Zimbabwe

    UHURU, a UK-based organisation dealing with the effects of migration, will this Saturday hold a seminar aimed at helping migrants cope with the challenges living in a foreign land,... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Immigration Parades Three Over Employment Scam

    Leadership

    The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) on Monday paraded three suspects who allegedly duped job seekers of more than N930,000 on the pretext of offering them employment into the... Read more »



July 21

  • Africa: An 'Integration Challenge' - How Does It Feel to Be a Global Problem? [analysis]

    SACSIS

    Many South Africans see black immigrants as a threat to their privileges. African immigrants from a refugee background, in particular, are viewed as a social burden by societal... Read more »

  • Africa: Inside the Head of a Migrant

    SciDev.Net

    The strapline of a recent news article in The Economist claims "a wave of unaccompanied children swamps the debate over immigration" in the United States. The story reports that... Read more »

  • West Africa: Ecowas Members Training to Fighting Trafficking in Persons [press release]

    FMM West Africa

    From 21 – 25 July 2014, the EU-funded project "Support to Free Movement of Persons and Migration in West Africa (FMM West Africa)" supports ECOWAS with its Annual Review... Read more »

  • Somalia: 20 Somali Immigrants Rescued From High Sea

    Dalsan Radio

    The Italian navy rescued yet more Somali illegal immigrants from the high seas while trying to go to Italy. This time, the Italian saved twenty illegal Somali immigrants. The... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 10 Fined for Overstaying

    The Herald

    At least 10 foreigners who were contracted to do some work for Zimplats have been fined R2 000 each by a Beitbridge magistrate for extending their stay in Zimbabwe for 30 days with... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: IOM Introduces New Programmes

    The Herald

    The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) has introduced community stabilisation intervention programmes in high migrant areas of Beitbridge district to address push... Read more »



July 19



July 18

  • Gabon: Immigrants Forced to Leave Gabon

    VOA

    Gabon has released 100 of some 500 Cameroonian, Chadian and Central African illegal immigrants detained for 10 months for unlawful mining. Some of the freed people say they were... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Immigration Stampede - Moro Re-Assures Victims On Presidential Directives

    This Day

    The Minister of Interior Comrade Abba has re-assured once again that the Federal Government will l fulfill her promise to the victims of the failed Nigerian Immigration Service... Read more »

  • Angola: Parliament Grants Angolan Nationality to Cuban Citizen

    ANGOP

    The National Assembly passed ast Thursday, in Luanda, with 126 votes in favour, 24 against and three abstentions, the granting of Angolan citizenship to the Cuban national Moracen... Read more »



July 17

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