South Africa Deports More Zimbabweans

Hundreds of illegal immigrants have been deported after they were rounded up for violating South Africa's immigration laws.

  • Zimbabwe:   SA to Deport Every Fortnight

    The Herald, 29 June 2015

    The South African government will soon be deporting Zimbabwean illegal immigrants every fortnight as they heighten efforts to decongest Lindela Transit Holding Centre in… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   South Africa Deports 800 More Locals

    The Herald, 25 June 2015

    The second batch of 800 Zimbabweans deported from South Africa is expected to arrive in the country by train tomorrow morning, an official has said. The deportees were rounded up… Read more »

A group of illegal migrants from Zimbabwe

  • Zimbabwe:   802 Deportees Arrive By Train

    The Herald, 3 June 2015

    The second batch of 802 Zimbabweans who were rounded up by South African authorities for violating the country's immigration laws arrives home this morning aboard a train via… Read more »

  • South Africa:   Operation Fiela and Our History of Kicking Out 'Illegal' Immigrants

    The Daily Vox, 28 May 2015

    Operation Fiela has been described as "legitimising xenophobia". While many South Africans have spoken out against the controversial raids, others feel they are justified. However,… Read more »

  • South Africa:   S. Africa Deports 1 350

    The Herald, 29 May 2015

    The South African Government will deport over 1 350 Zimbabweans starting today, 800 of them by train as it seeks to clear illegal immigrants and decongest Lindelani Repatriations… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   SA Deports 421 Zimbabweans

    The Herald, 29 April 2015

    South Africa has deported 421 Zimbabweans who have been stuck at Lindelani Repatriation Holding Centre in Johannesburg for periods ranging from three to eight months. Read more »

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