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Drawing on online newspaper reports and academic sources, this paper rejects the Afro-phobia thesis and argues that other non-African migrants such as Asians Pakistanis, Indians, Bangladeshis and Chinese are also on the receiving end of xenophobia in post-apartheid South Africa. Abdi, C. Development Southern Africa 28 5 : — Adjai, C. International Journal of Social Science Studies 1 1 : — Althusser, L.
These are the core obsessions that drive our newsroom—defining topics of seismic importance to the global economy. Our emails are made to shine in your inbox, with something fresh every morning, afternoon, and weekend. South Africa is back in the news yet again for all the wrong reasons. At least 12 people were killed and hundreds arrested after mobs attacked foreign-owned shops in Johannesburg and Pretoria last week. The attacks drew condemnation from across the African continent and resulted in reprisal attacks abroad. Nigeria began evacuating some of its citizens , recalled its high commissioner, and boycotted the World Economic Forum on Africa summit in Cape Town. And while a significant number of the population hold anti-immigrant views, data shows the country faces bigger challenges than hosting foreign nationals.
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Xenophobia , simply put, is the fear or hatred of foreigners or strangers; it is embodied in discriminatory attitudes and behaviors, and often culminates in violence , abuses of all types, and exhibition of hatred. Theoretically, the best and only solution is to remove enemy images; however, it is debatable whether this can be done. In the same breath, protecting migrants' rights may be the best way to enhance state sovereignty in a globalized world. The protection of fundamental human rights and freedoms transcends municipal and international laws. However, it is the state's responsibility to uphold human rights through its laws and enforcement. This work examines the constitutional rights of non-citizens in South Africa within the context of its immigration law and xenophobia. The motives of xenophobia are considered.
Prior to , immigrants from elsewhere faced discrimination and even violence in South Africa. After majority rule in , contrary to expectations, the incidence of xenophobia increased. In May , a series of attacks left 62 people dead; although 21 of those killed were South African citizens. The attacks were motivated by xenophobia. Between and the end of hostilities in that country, an estimated 50, to , Mozambicans fled to South Africa. While never granted refugee status they were technically allowed to settle in the bantustans or black homelands created during the apartheid system.
PDF | In May , xenophobic violence erupted in South Africa. problems related to it (Forced Migration Working Paper Series No. 13).
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Help us continue to fight human rights abuses. Please give now to support our work. Download the full report in English. On the other end of the line was his landlord, a South African, who told him that rioters had broken into his shop in Johannesburg. Jean promptly headed to his shop, where the violence was still ongoing.
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there has been a growing literature on xenophobia in South Africa. problems relating to it (Forced Migration Working Paper Series No. 13).
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