African Dissidents Targeted in New South African Refugee Laws?

Exiled politicians living in South Africa have said that new refugee laws - which prohibit refugees from participating in political activities related to their countries of origin - could be used by their former governments to further stifle free speech, writes Abu-Bakarr Jalloh for Deutsche Welle.

Refugees and police in Cape Town (file photo).


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