Deportation

Swedish student delays deportation of Afghan man with in-flight video stream

Activist Elin Ersson disobeyed authorities to delay the deportation of an Afghan asylum seeker, saying it is not right “to send people to hell”

Outcry as Japanese winemakers are threatened with deportation from France

More than 42 000 people have already signed a petition protesting the 'crazy, moronic and shameful decision'

Failure to manage inflow of immigrants cause of violence – MP

The portfolio committee on home affairs has asked difficult questions concerning the messy problem of xenophobia.

Probe finds France’s deportation of school girl lawful

French authorities on Saturday found that police could have acted with more caution when detaining the school girl.

Zimbabwe wants SA to keep its citizens

The cost of deporting illegal Zimbabwean immigrants is huge and has prompted calls for South Africa to legitimise their stay.

Zambia draws flak for summary expulsions

A SA businessperson has been deported from Zambia, the latest in a string of deportations seen as instigated by politically connected competitors.

Court orders release of asylum seekers

The departments of home affairs in Cape Town and Durban did not follow procedure and instead lured asylum seekers under false pretences.

Home affairs resumes Zim deportations

The moratorium on deporting illegal Zimbabweans has quietly been lifted by the department of home affairs, prompting an outcry from rights groups.

Smooth sailing as home affairs beats Zim permits deadline

The home affairs department announced the Zimbabwean Documentation Project deadline was successful and that no deportations would take place yet.

No Zim deportations yet, says Dlamini-Zuma

The Home Affairs minister said on Tuesday no Zimbabweans would be deported until all the applications for visas and permits had been processed.

Refugee group slams govt decision on Zim migrants

Cabinet's decision to resume deportations of Zimbabweans was tantamount to a death sentence, a refugee rights organisation said on Thursday.

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