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Merkel chafes over lack of jobs for refugees

“Will Germany manage?” he asked, referring to Merkel’s mantra: “We can do this”.

Find out more about the lives of refugees through art at this MSF fundraising event

On September 2 2016, attend an event in Jo'burg that will help you understand what refugees go through

​Refugees set aside their scars and trauma to focus on their quest for Olympic glory

A team of refugees from the world’s conflict zones is seeking glory and acceptance at the Rio Games.

Refugees set aside their scars and trauma to focus on their quest for Olympic glory

A team of refugees from the world’s conflict zones is seeking glory and acceptance at the Rio Games.

Refugees saved after boat flips in the Mediterranean

Refugees on a boat that set sail from Libya were photographed falling into the Mediterranean.

No healthcare for refugees in SA

Refugees flee war-torn countries for SA, only to face more heartache and discrimination. Often their only hope lies with civil society.

Refugees ripped off at state hospitals

Poor people who have fled their countries are expected to pay steep rates for treatment at government hospitals in Gauteng.

Xenophobia: Refugees get an sms service to report abuse

Often sidelined outsiders can now use their cellphones to establish their rights, get answers about general issues and lodge complaints.

Refugees live in constant fear of xenophobia

Many Somalians and Ethiopians are too scared to stay in South Africa, but too afraid to go home after fleeing the war in the Horn of Africa.

UN praises Uganda’s treatment of refugees fleeing from neighbouring countries

More than 100 000 refugees arrived in in Uganda 2015 alone, making the country the third-largest refugee-hosting country in Africa.

World Press Photo: ‘Haunting’ image of Syrian refugees wins

Photographer Warren Richardson won the World Press Photo of the Year award for his photograph of a father and his young child crossing the border.

Food crisis hits Malawi’s refugees

Prohibited from working, refugees at the overcrowded Dzaleka camp have been surviving on minimal food rations due to donor cutbacks.

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