Refugees and Migrants – should we still have national borders?

Workers On Wednesday  31 October
broadcast on SAfm 104-107 and online, Wednesdays at 10 a.m.

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Over the past few years, refugees and migrants have been in the spotlight all over the world. Since the end of Apartheid, millions of migrants and refugees have settled in South Africa – most coming from African and Asian countries. Those who are poor have encountered many problems here including bad treatment and corruption by state officials, xenophobic attacks in townships and discrimination in social life. At the same time our government has promoted an African renaissance and lately under President Cyril Ramaphosa, closer political unity similar to the European Union.

What will this mean for us, should we still have national borders?

GUESTS

  • Tendai Bhiza – People Against Suffering Oppression and Poverty
  • Loren Landau – African Centre for Migration and Society at Wits University

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