Public figures are often quick to heighten negative stereotypes about migrants
At least 73 people have died and scores injured when the building they lived in burnt down
Rich in resources but largely unrecognised, those in the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic eke out a livelihood under harsh conditions.
The former president has called for the movement of people and goods between South Africa and African states to be easier
South Africa is quick to forget ubuntu or its own destabilising role when it comes to regional policies
Sandras Phiri is a global ‘go-to’ business start-up coach, empowering others and practising entrepreneurship. The born and bred Zambian plies his trade from South Africa and would not have it any other way
Moving unwanted arrivals out of sight grants political footholds to richer nations in host regions
Harassment, xenophobia – and jubilation – are on display when Mail & Guardian visits the township
South Africa needs to hold a national conference on xenophobia, which would be the first step towards building a civic infrastructure to fight discrmination against foreign nationals
The ongoing Afrophobic behaviour in our country is misdirected anger and frustration at the fact that black South Africans still have to make do with welfare crumbs
While the Democrats and Republicans use an outdated political playbook, people need protection from the capitalist system itself
Julius Malema and his Economic Freedom Fighters have joined the anti-black immigrant chorus, demonising those from countries such as Zimbabwe.
The Mississippi court case is unique; usually the grievances are against Mexicans accused of taking work from Americans
After more than a decade of violent repression and undemocratic rule that emerged after the 2009 ouster of Manuel Zelaya, a new leader takes the reins of the Central American nation
In the round-up: The ‘architect’ of the Rwandan 1994 genocide dies; the Nigerian government kills its citizens and the Twitter ban is lifted
In the acclaimed ‘Minari’, now streaming on Showmax, a Korean family start farming and fuming in the Ozarks
The ‘neuf-3’ art project, curated by Riason Naidoo, aims to pay tribute to the African communities of Saint-Denis — and of Paris
Already slow processes are now even worse, with inconsistency in residence and other applications creating huge uncertainty
Cameroonians are caught between a vicious civil war at home and brutal detention and deportation measures in the countries they flee to
Reinaldo Arenas’s memoir reveals the contradiction of a revolutionary society ruled by an autocrat
As things currently stand, only four member states (Mali, Niger, Rwanda and Sao Tome & Principe) have ratified the free movement protocol
Accusations of racism continue to be directed towards the UK following an inquiry concerning denials of visit visas for African applicants
The biggest American political debate since the 2016 presidential campaign is occurring over two nights in Miami
Every foreigner, including investors, has to hurdle ignorant officials and a multiplicity of ‘laws’
Our Constitution requires a humane treatment of people but functionaries fail to recognise this
Trump announced the emergency on Friday in order to bypass Congress
Migrants and refugees also face gross discrimination from the communities they settle in
The so-called left in South Africa treats the media in much the same way as the US president, pointing to a troubling slide towards fascism
If amendments to the Births and Deaths Registration Act are approved, children of migrants might find it even more difficult to access basic services
A ‘foreign threat’ could be a convenient boogeyman in an election season where politicians will face questions about their failures. Or not?
A product of the Zuma era, it reflects xenophobia and vilifies human rights groups and lawyers
Trump hopes to fire up core Republican voters and spur the party to retain dominance of both chambers of Congress.