/ 18 March 2022

‘Unintended consequence of undoing apartheid’: Zim lawyers battle for admittance

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Making an appeal: Bruce Chakanyuka, photographed in Soshanguve, is a qualified lawyer, but works as a waiter because he holds Zimbabwean citizenship and has not been granted permanent residence. (James Puttick)
A group of Zimbabweans challenging their exclusion from the bar say their home is here, and it is populist opportunism to use unemployment figures to keep their their lives in limbo

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