Migration

New permit process for Zimbabweans in SA

New permit process for Zimbabweans in SA

Their permits expire on December 31, 2017

Uganda’s policy towards refugees is superb

Uganda’s policy towards refugees is superb

Deep compassion has resulted in a progressive approach to displaced persons

Lesotho’s economic woes create generations of migrants

Lesotho’s economic woes create generations of migrants

Well-trodden path over border to South Africa

New law in Israel is aimed at coaxing migrants to leave

New law in Israel is aimed at coaxing migrants to leave

Legislation hits employer and worker and is aimed only at African refugees

Could an African passport restore dignity?

Could an African passport restore dignity?

Imagine: Africans can visit 54 AU countries without applying for visas

Growing research to help banish hunger

Growing research to help banish hunger

Science has the power to boost farming in Africa. But a lot has to change first

Hunter-gatherers win battle

Hunter-gatherers win battle

Rights court rules in favour of Ogiek and orders Kenyan government to remedy its violations

Niger authorities rescue more than 100 migrants abandoned in Sahara

Niger authorities rescue more than 100 migrants abandoned in Sahara

Some experts believe that more African migrants die in the Sahara than at sea

Rebels turn on each other as violence flares up

Rebels turn on each other as violence flares up

Civillians in Central African Republic bare the brunt

Wounded author Kuki Gallmann vows return to Kenyan ranch

Wounded author Kuki Gallmann vows return to Kenyan ranch

Fact check: are a million African migrants already on their way to Europe?

Fact check: are a million African migrants already on their way to Europe?

Hard evidence on irregular migration in North Africa is a much sought after commodity

What Africa still needs to do to eliminate malaria

What Africa still needs to do to eliminate malaria

Malaria is one of the oldest and deadliest infectious diseases affecting man

War denies millions of African children education

War denies millions of African children education

In South Sudan only one in four goes to primary school

Can Uganda’s progressive refugee policies survive the influx of people fleeing South Sudan?

Can Uganda’s progressive refugee policies survive the influx of people fleeing South Sudan?

Uganda now has around a million refugees. To put this in perspective, the East African country is the physical size of the UK and yet hosts more refugees than arrived in all 28 EU member states in 2015, the peak of the European refugee “crisis”

New UN chief faces uphill battle on conflict prevention

New UN chief faces uphill battle on conflict prevention

Making peace a priority could be hampered by organisational complications and lack of funding