Veteran trade unionist Dosso Ndessomin fled persecution in Côte d’Ivoire, arriving in SA in 1994. He sees the value of integrating with local communities, ever since making friends with South Africans while running a computer training centre in Soweto.
Refugee series: Dosso Ndessomin
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