SOUTHERN AFRICAN MIGRATION PROJECT

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November 2005

Regional
   SADC's universal visa set for 2008, Herald Reporter - 2005-11-04
   Greater Limpopo Park to be inaugurated, Agencia de Informacao de Mocambique - 2005-11-15
   Brain drain leaves Africa poor, Herald - 2005-11-15

Angola
    Over 55,000 refugees return home,  Angola Press Agency - 2005-11-04
    Country hosts regional meeting on customs services,  Angola Press Agency - 2005-11-07
    Angola/Portugal discuss visa issue,  Angola Press Agency - 2005-11-16
    Angolan refugees return home,  Angola Press Agency - 2005-11-21
    Angola stalls agreement on cross-border trade,  Namibia Economist - 2005-11-25
Botswana
    Botswana-Zimbabwe negotiate passport waiver,  Mmegi/The Reporter - 2005-11-03
    Delocalising parastatals,   - 2005-11-03
    Inspector reigns over sex workers,  Sun - 2005-11-08
    Passport thefts, forgeries rife,  BOPA - 2005-11-08
    Leaders reject passport waiver plans,  Mmegi - 2005-11-09
    Reserving businesses for Batswana,  BOPA - 2005-11-09
    Police operation nabs illegal migration,  BOPA - 2005-11-11
    I am not xenophobic, says MP,  BOPA - 2005-11-11
    Ministry unable to recruit surgeon,  BOPA - 2005-11-11
    Zimbabwean teachers to lose Botswana jobs,  Zim Online - 2005-11-15
    Botswana, Mozambique abolish visas,  BOPA - 2005-11-17
    Botswana to bar Zimbabwean teachers,  Chronicle - 2005-11-17
    Understaffing hampers hospital operations,  Mmegi - 2005-11-24
    Ministry employs more than 500 expatriate teachers,  BOPA - 2005-11-24
    Comment: State of the nation? Populism and xenophobia,  Mmegi - 2005-11-25
    Government hardens stance on hiring foreigners,  UN IRIN - 2005-11-29
    Soldiers force Zimbabweans into group sex,  Botswana Gazette - 2005-11-30
    Judge reverses decisions in "passports" case,  Botswana Gazette - 2005-11-30
DRC
    DR Congo refugees in Sudan,  Angola Press - 2005-11-08
    New repatriation programme launched,  UNHCR News - 2005-11-11
    Exiled soldiers returning home,  Inter Press Service - 2005-11-12
    Congolese flee into Uganda,  New Vision - 2005-11-17
    Hundreds displaced return home,  UN IRIN - 2005-11-18
    Sixty thousand flee in DRC after army offensive,  Mail & Guardian - 2005-11-23
Lesotho
Malawi
    Rwanda wants refugees to return to Malawi,   - 2005-11-05
    UK tightens immigration rules,  Malawi Nation - 2005-11-28
    Project to put the brakes on spread of HIV/AIDS,  UN IRIN - 2005-11-29
    From sex workers to truckers,  UN News Service - 2005-11-29
Mauritius
Mozambique
    Zimbabweans sell cotton in Mozambique,  Agencia de Informacao de Mocambique - 2005-11-25
    More payments promised to majermanes,  Agencia de Informacao de Mocambique - 2005-11-26
    Mozambique received over 700,000 tourists in 2004,  Agencia de Informacao de Mocambique - 2005-11-28
    Tourism agreement with Portugal,  Agencia de Informacao de Mocambique - 2005-11-30
Namibia
    Misery in Clean-up drive,  Sapa-Afp - 2005-07-17
    Kenyan nurses on the way,  New Era - 2005-11-03
    Deadlock at Ramatex,   - 2005-11-03
    'Namibia has skills anorexia',  New Era - 2005-11-08
    Home Affairs under fire,  New Era - 2005-11-09
    Namibians complete training in Zimbabwe,  New Era - 2005-11-16
    Namibians shun international opportunities,  New Era - 2005-11-22
South Africa
    A handful of Zimbabweans granted asylum,  UN IRIN - 2005-11-01
    SA tightens visa conditions for Zimbabwe,  FinGax - 2005-11-03
    Zimbabweans exodus causes concern,  Dispatch - 2005-11-03
    Immigrant worker numbers,  Business Report - 2005-11-03
    Foreign workers mostly miners,  Sapa and I-Net Bridge - 2005-11-03
    Minister marks India for head-hunting,  Business Day - 2005-11-04
    Indian civil servants on their way,  Cape Argus - 2005-11-04
    Zimbabweans suffer in Johannesburg,  Zimbabwean and ZimOnline - 2005-11-04
    Aids deaths among miners underestimated,  UN IRIN - 2005-11-04
    South Africa to head-hunt in India,  Economic Times - 2005-11-05
    Zimbabwean illegal immigrants and border jumping,  Zim Online - 2005-11-05
    Immigrants to SA face a long wait,  Sunday Tribune - 2005-11-06
    SA waives transit visa requirement for some foreigners,  Bua News - 2005-11-08
    Zimbabwean blind beggars kicked out of flats in Jo'burg,  Zim Online - 2005-11-08
    Clarification on Immigration Amendment Act,  SA Dept. of Home Affairs - 2005-11-11
    Struggle to apply new laws causes immigration chaos,  Cape Times - 2005-11-11
    SA admits refugee crisis,  Zimbabwean - 2005-11-11
    Critical skills list to be published shortly,  Bua News - 2005-11-13
    Officials ignorant of refugees' rights,  Business Day - 2005-11-14
    SA phasing out foreign labour in mining industry,  SABC News - 2005-11-15
    Home Affairs denies problems with new regulations,  Cape Times - 2005-11-15
    Failure not an option in SA skills crisis,  BuaNews - 2005-11-16
    Bid to lure back skilled staff,  Cape Argus - 2005-11-16
    Foreign workers ordered to go home,  SABC News - 2005-11-16
    South Africa, Zimbabwe strengthen ties,  Associated Press - 2005-11-17
    Refugees battle to get legal in SA,  BBC News - 2005-11-17
    Asylum-seekers hurt by red tape, bribery,  Star - 2005-11-17
    Asylum seekers enjoy little protection,  UN IRIN - 2005-11-17
    Asylum seekers encounter abuse,  Human Rights Watch - 2005-11-17
    South Africa criticized for signing deal with Zimbabwe,  SW Radio Africa Zimbabwe News - 2005-11-18
    Skills shortage holding back black advancement,  Business Day - 2005-11-18
    Report hammers SA's treatment of refugees,  Business Day - 2005-11-18
    Zimbabwean refugees to Jo'burg,  Zim Online - 2005-11-19
    Mother City acts to ditch racist label,  Sunday Times - 2005-11-20
    Accused police charge tourists,  The Herald Online - 2005-11-21
    Drive to make Capetonians more welcoming,  Cape Times - 2005-11-21
    Limpopo police intercept Malawian migrants,  SABC News - 2005-11-22
    Home Affairs to ease plight of refugees,  Bua News - 2005-11-23
    Refugee backlog to be tackled,  Mercury - 2005-11-24
    Refugee laws could be fanning xenophobia,  Sabc News - 2005-11-24
    Call for state to start national skills register,  Business Day - 2005-11-24
    Police arrest 135 illegal immigrants,  The Citizen - 2005-11-25
    Comment: SA's inadequate skills base is a fallacious refrain,  Business Report - 2005-11-25
    Mixed blessings for Zimbabweans who brave South Africa,  IPS and ZW - 2005-11-26
    Three South African soldiers arrested for shooting Zimbabweans,  Zim Online - 2005-11-26
    Spider web of police and thieves,  Sunday Independent - 2005-11-27
    Exodus of SA skills doubles in 6 years,  Sunday Argus - 2005-11-27
    State calls for help from skilled whites,  Sunday Times - 2005-11-27
    Sex slavers profit from trade,  Star - 2005-11-30
    HIV/AIDS reducing productivity,  @AIDS-Business - 2005-11-30
    Aids: domestics bear the brunt,   - 2005-11-30
Swaziland
Tanzania
    Repatriation route opens for Congolese refugees in Tanzania,  UN News Service - 2005-11-11
    Immigration about to swing the axe,  Guardian and IPP Media - 2005-11-29
    Rwanda plans to hire experts from Tanzania,  Guardian and IPP Media - 2005-11-30
Zambia
    Australia denies HIV-positive Zambian a visa,  City Press - 2005-11-05
    Angolan refugees in Zambia face difficulties,  Angola Press - 2005-11-11
    Health sector brain drain,  Times of Zambia - 2005-11-12
    Tourist arrivals increase,  Times of Zambia - 2005-11-14
    Street kids find home in empty refugee camps,  UN IRIN - 2005-11-18
Zimbabwe
    Thousands of homeless hiding in full sight,  New York Times - 0000-00-00
    Annan concerned with government refusal of aid,  UN IRIN - 2005-11-01
    Zimbabwe migrant: Constantine Mkinya,  BBC News - 2005-11-02
    Murambatsvina victims left out of housing scheme,  SW Radio Africa Zimbabwe News - 2005-11-02
    Zimbabwe migrant: Rejoice Mkwananzi,  BBC News - 2005-11-03
    Operation Garikai,  Financial Gazette - 2005-11-03
    Government to cede land to Chinese,  Independent - 2005-11-04
    Zimbabwe migrant: Thabani Mthembo,  BBC News - 2005-11-04
    Detention watch,  Zimbabwean - 2005-11-04
    330 refugees disappear,  Herald - 2005-11-05
    No man's land haven for illicit dealers,  Chronicle - 2005-11-06
    Health personnel working conditions,  Chronicle - 2005-11-06
    Exiled Zimbabwean journalists battle on,  Zim Standard - 2005-11-07
    Zimbabwe migrant: Mlamuli Nkomo,  BBC News - 2005-11-07
    Commuter omnibus operators in trouble,  Herald - 2005-11-07
    So where are Zimbabweans going?,  BBC News - 2005-11-08
    Zimbabwe weeds out white farmers from district,  Zim Online - 2005-11-10
    Lawyer lied over asylum, claims government,  Herald - 2005-11-10
    Farm workers treated like slaves,  Zimbabwean - 2005-11-11
    Opinion and analysis: We must act now on asylum,  Zimbabwean - 2005-11-11
    Another season, another disaster,  Zimbabwean - 2005-11-11
    Anglo's estates to be seized,  Zim Online - 2005-11-11
    Zim, SA in visa talks,  Sunday Mail - 2005-11-13
    Mugabe razes more than slums,  New York Times - 2005-11-13
    White Zimbabweans trapped in UK,  Telegraph - 2005-11-14
    Blitz nets illegal immigrants,  Herald - 2005-11-15
    New wave of demolitions,  Zim Daily - 2005-11-15
    Zimbabwean asylum seekers on hunger strike in Britain,  Zim Online - 2005-11-16
    Makosi wins battle to stay in UK,  BBC News - 2005-11-17
    The ancestral visa,  New Zimbabwe - 2005-11-17
    Police unearth scam at VID,  Chronicle - 2005-11-17
    Foreigners eye Zim firms,  The Herald - 2005-11-17
    Foreigners found with fake money,  Herald - 2005-11-17
    Zimbabwean export firms fold as crisis worsens,  Zim Online - 2005-11-17
    Remaining commercial farmers under siege,  VOA/Zimbabwe Situation - 2005-11-18
    Government moots indigenisation law,  Zim Independent - 2005-11-18
    Mass desertions from ZNA,  Zimbabwean - 2005-11-18
    UN fails Zimbabweans again,  The Zimbabwean - 2005-11-18
    Other countries woo white farmers,  Wall Street Journal/Zimbabwe Situation - 2005-11-19
    US groups plead for Zimbabweans to be allowed to stay,  Zim Online - 2005-11-19
    Harare hospital faces closure,  Daily Mirror - 2005-11-21
    Mugabe's farm seizures squeeze life out of farming town,  Zim Online - 2005-11-23
    Judge, businessman claim dairy farm,  Mail & Guardian - 2005-11-23
    Zimbabwe vendors in struggle for survival,  Associated Press - 2005-11-24
    Diasporans: will they every come back?,  Zimbabwe Independent - 2005-11-25
    Death toll mounts for Murambatsvina victims,  Sokwanele Report - 2005-11-25
    Asylum seekers go on UK hunger strike,  New Zimbabwe - 2005-11-26