- Desperation in De Doorns
"We don't expect any violence after 2010. We expect job creation," says one resident.
- Protest -- but don't target us
Orange Farm vendors say the protests were hijacked by looters, including school children.
- Putting out 'fire next time'
To address South Africa's problem with xenophobia, especially directed against Zimbabweans, the government needs to seek a clean political solution.
- SA on alert for xenophobic violence
Some of the shack dwellers of Jeffsville recently had an idea: Why not stage a march to demand government housing?
- Gauteng refugee shelters to close
Two of the remaining shelters for foreigners in Gauteng will close on Tuesday, it was reported on Monday.
- UNHCR rejects criticism over refugee crisis
Some civil-society groups have had a "negative impact" on efforts to solve the refugee crisis, the Southern African office of the UNHCR says.
- Some refugees refuse to leave shelter, says Gauteng
Some residents of the Rand Airport shelter for people displaced by xenophobic violence are refusing to leave, a Gauteng government spokesperson says.
- Cape Town relocates xenophobia refugees
While relocation of refugees from xenophobic attacks in Cape Town continue, a Somali man disappears after going swimming in False Bay.
- Nafcoc calls for Somali purge
Nafcoc in the Western Cape has sent letters to Somali traders who have returned to Khayelitsha, warning them to close their shops or face violence.
- Gauteng consolidates shelters for xenophobia refugees
The Gauteng government is moving people displaced by xenophobic violence in Johannesburg to one shelter in Glenanda, a spokesperson said on Monday.