SOUTHERN AFRICAN MIGRATION PROJECT

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March 2005

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Angola
    Foreign diamond diggers expelled from Angola,  Africast.com - 2005-03-01
    Refugees not yet ready to return to Cabinda,  UNIRIN News - 2005-03-08
    Angola, Botswana discuss refugees repatriation,  Angola Press Agency - 2005-03-12
    New report alleges blood still stains diamonds,  Irin News - 2005-03-15
    Report highlights plight of returnees,  UNIRIN News - 2005-03-17
    Repatriation of refugees nears completion,  UNIRIN News - 2005-03-24
    MPs meet Angolans living in South Africa,  Angola Press Agency News (Luanda) - 2005-03-26
Botswana
    Political analyst allowed to stay,  Media Institute of Southern Africa - 2005-03-01
    Court rules professor may fight deportation,  Business Day - 2005-03-01
    Good scores another win,  Media Institute of Southern Africa - 2005-03-02
    Opinion: The next Kenneth Good,  Mmegi - 2005-03-03
    Botswana to electrify border fence,  The Mercury - 2005-03-04
    Zimbabwe maize in Botswana,  Reuters foundation - 2005-03-07
    Democracy in Botswana is skin deep,  Pretoria News - 2005-03-07
    Presidential powers taken to task,  Business Day - 2005-03-07
    Freedom of Speech,  Business Day - 2005-03-07
    Botswana to switch on electric fence,  The Daily News (Harare) - 2005-03-08
    Trade-link bridge over Zambezi urgent,  Sundaytimes.co.za - 2005-03-09
    Francistown traders defy police,  Mmegi - 2005-03-09
    Botswana - ally or foe?,  The Sunday Mirror - 2005-03-13
    Kwelagobe sues Good for defamation,  Mmegi - 2005-03-14
    Opinion: The advent of autocracy,  Mmegi - 2005-03-15
    Mogae explains Good's deportation,  Mmegi - 2005-03-17
    Zimbabwean woman loses appeal,  Mmegi - 2005-03-17
    Botswana battles Zimbabwean "menace",  The Zimbabwean - 2005-03-18
    Over 30,000 granted citizenship,  Daily News - 2005-03-21
    MPs want to bar citizens selling land to foreigners,  Daily News Online - 2005-03-21
    Zimbabweans advised to abide by laws,  Daily News - 2005-03-22
    Zimbabwean jailed for drug trafficking,  Mmegi/The Reporter (Gabarone) - 2005-03-23
    Zimbabweans ordered out of Oodi,  The Botswana Gazette - 2005-03-23
    Batswana on foreign assignments,  Dialy News - 2005-03-25
DRC
    Refugees throng camps in DRC,  Sapa - 2005-03-06
    Rwandan refugees in Congolese forest,  UNHCR News - 2005-03-14
Lesotho
Malawi
Mauritius
    Chinese worker's death triggers strike,  L'Express (Port Louise) - 2005-03-15
Mozambique
    South African looting in tourist resort,  Agencia de Informacao de Mocambique - 2005-03-27
Namibia
    Parliament to discuss border control bills,  The Namibian - 2005-03-03
    Police happy with cross-border operations,  The Namibian - 2005-03-15
    Ramatex factory to close,  New Era - 2005-03-23
    Talks plan return of refugees in Botswana,  New Era - 2005-03-30
    New twist to Ramatex saga,  New Era - 2005-03-30
    UNHCR to repatriate exiled Namibians,  New Era - 2005-03-31
South Africa
    No allocation to increase salaries of health workers,  Business Day - 2005-03-01
    Corruption at Cape Town refugee office,  The Star.co.za - 2005-03-01
    Minister concerned at Home Affairs corruption,  Sapa - 2005-03-01
    South Africa to review visas policy,  Sapa - 2005-03-01
    Migrancy policies set for rethink,  Business Day - 2005-03-01
    Home Affairs staff sjambok refugees,  Cape Times - 2005-03-02
    Shake-up of visa policies to ensure regional compliance,  Business Day - 2005-03-02
    Home Affairs admits to bungling,  Pretoria News - 2005-03-03
    Airport mistake inconveniences dual citizens,  The Star - 2005-03-03
    Department to tackle refugees' problems,  Cape Times - 2005-03-03
    Why so sudden?,  Business Day - 2005-03-05
    Surprise as Gilder quits ailing home affairs,  Business Day - 2005-03-05
    18 sex workers held,  Daily News - 2005-03-07
    Fstate-Lesotho border safety situation,  Sapa - 2005-03-07
    Campaign helps 500 return to South Africa,  Daily Dispatch - 2005-03-07
    South Africa linked in global human trafficking,  Inter Press Service (Johannesburg) - 2005-03-08
    Police raid illegal sex operations,  The Mercury - 2005-03-08
    Refugees plead for their papers,  Cape Times - 2005-03-08
    South Africa-Zimbabwe: Development corridor stillborn,  UNIRIN - 2005-03-09
    Home affairs officials arrested for fraud,  SABC News - 2005-03-09
    More South Africans coming home,  Business Day - 2005-03-09
    No special treatment for scarce skills,  Business Day - 2005-03-09
    I am Makwerekwere,  Mail & Guardian - 2005-03-10
    Limpopo farmers accused of employing illegals,  SABC News - 2005-03-15
    Johannesburg - a city of risk and opportunity,  Irin News - 2005-03-15
    South African companies use Ghana as gateway,  Ghanaian Chronicle (Accra) - 2005-03-16
    Opinion: Migration Policy,  Business Day - 2005-03-17
    Lindela running at loss,  Business Day - 2005-03-21
    Mozambican woman trampled by elephant in Kruger,  Mail & Guardian - 2005-03-21
    Opinion: Harness the potential of illegal migrants,  Cape Times - 2005-03-22
    Deportation 'would mean death' for refugee,  The Star - 2005-03-26
    Trainee teachers eye overseas jobs,  The Mercury - 2005-03-29
    Expats buy South Africa's property on the web,  Mail & Guardian - 2005-03-30
    South Africa is revolving door to desperate Zimbabweans,  Mail & Guardian - 2005-03-30
    Is HANIS finally happening?,  (ITWeb), Johannesburg) - 2005-03-31
Swaziland
    Smuggling at the Lubombo border,  Times of Swaziland - 2005-03-24
Tanzania
    400,000 refugees face malnutrition,  UN News Service (New York) - 2005-03-11
    1,000 to decide on nationality,  New Vision (Kampala) - 2005-03-24
    Refugees roaming Southern Africa,  The East African News (Nairobi) - 2005-03-28
    Zanzibar ID plans under fire,  Sunday Times - 2005-03-29
    Zanzibar to debate barring employment of non-islanders,  Agence France Presses - 2005-03-30
Zambia
    Zambia to tackle health sector brain drain,  New Era (Windhoek) - 2005-03-01
    Get rid of all prohibited immigrants says Minister,  The Times of Zambia (Ndola) - 2005-03-03
    Displaced farmers give Zambia record harvest,  The Daily News (Harare) - 2005-03-09
    Brain drain is a serious problem,  Post of Zambia - 2005-03-11
    Human trafficking worries government,  The Post (Lusaka) - 2005-03-14
    Child trafficking: Does it exist in Zambia?,  The Times of Zambia - 2005-03-15
    Zambia closes refugee camp,  Sapa - 2005-03-23
    Immigration apprehends illegal immigrants,  The Post (Lusaka) - 2005-03-23
    Government reinforce staffing in public service,  The Post (Lusaka) - 2005-03-25
    White Zimbabwean farmers help stir up Zambian agriculture,  Sapa - 2005-03-25
    Foreigners abusing landlocked position,  The Times of Zambia - 2005-03-28
    Immigration infringing on people's rights,  The Times of Zambia - 2005-03-28
Zimbabwe
    No place like home,  Time Europe Magazine - 0000-00-00
    Desperate locals vote with their feet,  Zimbabwe Independent - 0000-00-00
    New farmers without workers,  UNIRIN - 2005-03-01
    Homelink yields US$56m,  Zimbabweherald.online - 2005-03-02
    Even locals can obtain homelink loans,  Financial Gazette - 2005-03-03
    Ministry see reduced number of health staff leaving,  The Herald (Harare) - 2005-03-03
    NGOs set to evacuate expatriate staff,  Financial Gazette (Harare) - 2005-03-03
    Jailed mercenaries to be released, deported,  The Herald (Harare) - 2005-03-03
    Immigration holds 'Mercenaries',  Zimbabwe Independent (Harare) - 2005-03-04
    Farmers sue for $39 trillion,  Zimbabwe Independent (Harare) - 2005-03-04
    Diaspora precipitates high divorce rate in Zimbabwe,  The Sunday & Mirror - 2005-03-06
    Cosatu reveals Zimbabwe's protest plans,  Mail & Guardian - 2005-03-06
    Delay in release of 62 mercenaries,  The Daily News (Harare) - 2005-03-06
    Zimbabwe, Mozambique to enhance trade,  The Herald (Harare) - 2005-03-08
    Zimbabwe threatens aid agencies,  BBC News - 2005-03-08
    Beira corridor hit by derailments,  The Daily News - 2005-03-09
    AG's appeal stalls release of 62,  The Daily News - 2005-03-09
    Zimbabwe warns Cosatu against border poll protest,  Business Day - 2005-03-09
    Calls for Zimbabwe deportations to stop,  Reuters - 2005-03-09
    Zimbabwe widens crackdown on NGOs,  Sunday Times - 2005-03-10
    Homelink receives housing loan applications,  Financial Gazette (Harare) - 2005-03-10
    Harare envoy snubs Cosatu 'malcontents',  Business Day - 2005-03-10
    Police bar Cosatu protest at Zimbabwe's border,  Sapa - 2005-03-10
    White farmers and black farmers,  Zimbabwesituation.com - 2005-03-10
    Maputo, Harare sign free trade agreement,  The Daily News (Harare) - 2005-03-11
    Farmer's claims rise to $116 Trillion,  Zimbabwe Independent (Harare) - 2005-03-11
    Gaborone - home away from home,  The Zimbabwean - 2005-03-11
    No indication of release date for mercenaries,  Sapa - 2005-03-11
    Police busts syndicate,  Chronicle - 2005-03-12
    South Africa's High Court upholds police ban on Cosatu,  The Herald - 2005-03-12
    Border posts scenes of marching, singing and protesting,  Sapa - 2005-03-12
    Peaceful end to Cosatu's Zim picket,  Mail & Guardian - 2005-03-13
    Zimbabwe workers praised,  The Herald - 2005-03-14
    Zimbabwean NGOs to be probed for alleged misuse of funds,  Sapa - 2005-03-16
    Homelink moves to stabilize property market,  Financial Gazette - 2005-03-17
    Diasporans to hold mock elections,  Financial Gazette (Harare) - 2005-03-17
    Zimbabwe vote judgement slammed,  Newzimbabwe.com - 2005-03-18
    Diasporans can't vote,  The Herald (Harare) - 2005-03-18
    Zimbabwe says no vote for citizens abroad,  Reuters - 2005-03-18
    Zim dims chances of donor support,  Zimbabwe Independent - 2005-03-18
    Cuban doctors working in Zimbabwean hospitals,  Zimbabwe Situation.com - 2005-03-19
    Zimbabwean farmers move on to new pastures,  UNIRIN News - 2005-03-22
    Flea market, a hive of activity,  Chronicle - 2005-03-23
    Expatriates an untapped development resource,  UNIRIN News - 2005-03-23
    Mercenaries to remain in prison,  The Herald, - 2005-03-24
    Zimbabwe's farm workers struggle,  Sapa - 2005-03-25
    The great escape from Mugabe,  Telegraph - 2005-03-25
    Tourists move on,  Zambezi Times Online - 2005-03-29
    High Court allows Cosatu protest march,  Sapa - 2005-03-29
    Homelink remains best way to sending money,  Financial Gazette (Harare) - 2005-03-30
    The ghost voters, the exiles, the non-citizens,  Cape Times - 2005-03-31