Being Stateless in Southern Africa
According to the UN Refugee Agency the issue of being stateless is shared by an estimated 12 million people worldwide. The agency says laws allowing for only one nationality and the denial of citizenship to certain groups are the main causes of statelessness in the Southern Africa region.
A "transporter" who helps smuggle Zimbabweans into South Africa across the border fence.
UNIRIN, 30 January 2013
Frederik Ngubane, 22, returned to South Africa, the country of his birth, in 2009, after spending his entire childhood in Kenya and Uganda. An orphan, Ngubane had lost all contact… Read more »