/ 18 March 2022

Tighter immigration rules could increase tensions with SA’s neighbours

Drcongo Unrest
Seeking refuge: A displaced Congolese person fleeing violence in the Ituri in the Democratic Republic of the Congo heads for Lake Albert in search of a boat to make the crossing to Uganda. Photo: John Wessels/AFP
Experts say South Africa and Botswana lag behind countries in the East and West Africa in promoting continental integration.

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