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South Africa Turns on Its Immigrants - New York Times

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Since the end of apartheid in 1994, approximately five million immigrants have settled in South Africa; most are Africans from further north pursuing economic opportunity or refugees seeking the political stability of the continent's most highly ...
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South Africa is a bomb waiting to explode: Mbeki - CNBCAfrica.com

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“South Africa is a bomb waiting to explode, all it needs is a little match to spark it and it will go up in flames,” warned political economist, Moeletsi Mbeki. Speaking to CNBC Africa in an exclusive interview, Mbeki the younger brother to the former ...

South Africa is a bomb waiting to explode: Mbeki - CNBCAfrica.com

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“South Africa is a bomb waiting to explode, all it needs is a little match to spark it and it will go up in flames,” warned political economist, Moeletsi Mbeki. Speaking to CNBC Africa in an exclusive interview, Mbeki the younger brother to the former ...

South Africa Deploys Troops to Quell Anti-Immigrant Violence - Wall Street Journal

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JOHANNESBURG—South Africa deployed army troops on Tuesday to rein in anti-immigrant violence that has killed at least seven people this month and frayed the nation's image as a haven for millions of foreigners. The country's latest spasm of xenophobic ...
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South Africa Deploys Troops to Quell Anti-Immigrant Violence - Wall Street Journal

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JOHANNESBURG—South Africa deployed army troops on Tuesday to rein in anti-immigrant violence that has killed at least seven people this month and frayed the nation's image as a haven for millions of foreigners. The country's latest spasm of xenophobic ...
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Cote d'Ivoire CEPARRED (Panafrican Studies And Research Center In International Relations And Education For Development)

CEPARRED (Panafrican Studies and Research Center In International Relations and Education For Development)

Nonprofit organization with headquarters in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, with activities including research, seminars, policy analysis, and publications.

Category: Social Science - Political Science

Location: Abidjan - Cote d'Ivoire

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