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September 2005

Regional
   SADC police train in border operations, Bua News - 2005-09-05
   Crime lords descend on Southern Africa, New Era - 2005-09-14
   SADC needs more graduates, Daily News - 2005-09-20
   Limpopo accord signed, The Herald - 2005-09-23
   Chinese imports challenge textile industry, Sapa - 2005-09-27
   Cross border trade plays role in filling food gap, IRIN News - 2005-09-29
   Cross border crime operations receive major boost, Bua News - 2005-09-29

Angola
    Plane to airlift over 700 refugees from Zambia,  Sapa-AFP - 2005-09-07
    Authorities analyse migratory situation,  Angola Press - 2005-09-08
    Tourism boosts country’s economy,  Angola Press - 2005-09-14
    Illegal foreigners to face court,  Angola Press - 2005-09-14
    UN urges Angolan refugees to return,  Business Day - 2005-09-15
    Angola records 3,000 new HIV/Aids cases,  Sapa-AFP - 2005-09-17
    Over 6,000 refugees repatriated,  Angola Press - 2005-09-24
    Meeting hails border defence mechanisms,  Angola Press Agency - 2005-09-24
Botswana
    Students in smuggling ring,  Daily News - 2005-09-12
    Vendors want trading site,  Mmegi/The Reporter - 2005-09-12
    Call to allow academic back to Botswana,  Business Day - 2005-09-15
    Magistrate convicts Chinese for robbery,  Mmegi/The Reporter - 2005-09-20
    Housing department where citizens feel foreign,  The Midweek Sun - 2005-09-20
    Inside dirty deals in Botswana passports,  The Midweek Sun - 2005-09-20
    Zimbabwean motorists flogged in Botswana,  The Herald - 2005-09-21
    Group accuses Botswana of repatriating Angolans,  Angola Press - 2005-09-30
DRC
    Army to start expelling foreign fighters,  UNIRIN News - 2005-09-08
    UNHCR to begin repatriating 150,000 people,  UNIRIN News - 2005-09-12
    Congo refugees return with hope to vote,  Sapa-Afp - 2005-09-21
    Congolese flee to Uganda,  New Vision - 2005-09-23
    Angolan refugees head home,  UNHCR - 2005-09-28
    Foreign militants ignore deadline to leave,  Sapa-AFP - 2005-09-29
Lesotho
    Lesotho, SA sign water project agreement,  Sapa-Afp - 2005-09-09
    Strategies to boost a flagging economy,  UNIRIN News - 2005-09-21
    Immigration nets 54 foreigners,  Nation Online - 2005-09-24
Malawi
    Immigration arrests imposter,  Nation Online - 2005-09-08
    Nigerians in fake money minting scam,  Nation Online - 2005-09-16
Mauritius
Mozambique
    87,000 Aids orphans in Mozambique,  AIM/Mozambique News Agency - 2005-09-09
    South Africa fails to meet agreement on border post,  Agencia de Informacao de Mocambique (Maputo) - 2005-09-14
    AIDS kills 2,500 Mozambican miners,  Angola Press - 2005-09-14
    Agreement with Zimbabwe yet to be implemented,  Agencia de Informacao de Mocambique (Maputo) - 2005-09-15
Namibia
    Asylum seekers give up and go,  New Era - 2005-09-01
    Namibian farmworkers face eviction,  Mail & Guardian - 2005-09-20
South Africa
    Identities of SA murder victims still to be confirmed,  SWRadio.com - 2005-08-09
    Murambatsvina victims flooding into South Africa,  SWRadio.com - 2005-08-10
    Zimbabwean priests in South Africa to check on refugees,  SWRadio.com - 2005-08-16
    South African Bishop sees recipe for genocide in Zimbabwe,  SWRadio.com - 2005-08-17
    Struggling Zimbabwean exiles in SA still hopeful,  SWRadio.com - 2005-08-18
    NGO taking South Africa Home Affairs department to court,  SWRadio.com - 2005-08-24
    Cops nab xenophobic vandals,  New24.com - 2005-08-26
    Immigrants fight to make SA home,  Sapa - 2005-09-01
    Refugees tell of abuse and neglect,  IOL - 2005-09-01
    South Africa entices its nurses to return,  Angop - 2005-09-01
    Zimbabweans perish in SA accident,  SW Radio Africa - 2005-09-02
    A place of terror, torture and death,  The Zimbabwean - 2005-09-02
    Tough choices for Mozambican migrants,  Business Report - 2005-09-02
    Foreign film maker released from jail,  The Witness - 2005-09-03
    South Africa need jobs first,  Sapa - 2005-09-03
    Minister meets SA nurses working in UK,  BuaNews - 2005-09-05
    Tshabalala-Msimang urges nurses to come back,  Sapa - 2005-09-05
    Poor border controls,  Business Day - 2005-09-06
    Fatal crash minibus had smuggled kids,  SW Radio Africa - 2005-09-06
    Glimpse of lives in Lindela,  Star - 2005-09-07
    Zimbabwean refugees demonstrate in Jo’burg,  Zim Online - 2005-09-07
    Public to blame for offering police bribes,  Spa - 2005-09-07
    Bribery images that enraged Police Commissioner,  The Star - 2005-09-07
    Police to investigate bribery allegations,  Pretoria News - 2005-09-07
    Disciplinary action against corrupt officers,  SABC News - 2005-09-07
    “Misleading” to assume all police are corrupt,  SABC News - 2005-09-07
    Gauteng MEC wants swift action on police taking bribes,  Sapa - AFP - 2005-09-07
    Reporter seriously ill after release,  SW Radio Africa - 2005-09-07
    Police raid Hillbrow immigrants,  Mail&Guardian - 2005-09-08
    Medical brainstorm,  Health-e - 2005-09-08
    Exodus into South Africa grows,  SW Radio Africa - 2005-09-08
    SA has a lot to offer, nurses tell MEC,  Bua News - 2005-09-09
    Top cop slammed over rampant corruption,  The Star - 2005-09-09
    President says he would welcome influx of skills to municipalities,  Bus News - 2005-09-09
    Forum for Zimbabwean teachers in SA,  The Zimbabwean - 2005-09-09
    Move to recruit Indian teachers,  Sunday Times - 2005-09-11
    Surveys flag crisis in health industry,  Sunday Times - 2005-09-11
    Diplomats invest in SA homes,  Sunday Times - 2005-09-11
    Letter: Illegal immigrant abuse is a money spinner,  The Star - 2005-09-11
    Murder in Albert Park,  Daily News - 2005-09-12
    Zimbabwean refugees camp outside UN office,  Zimonline.co.za - 2005-09-12
    Fraudulent use of SA documents increasing,  Sapa - 2005-09-13
    Catastrophic Aids death toll among miners,  Agencia de Informacao de Mocambique (Maputo) News - 2005-09-13
    Tanzania’s deaths shock commissioner,  The Witness - 2005-09-13
    Gauteng may appoint immigrant cops,  Mail & Guardian - 2005-09-13
    Public to blame, says union,  Mail & Guardian - 2005-09-13
    Corrupt Joburg cops caught on camera,  Mail & Guardian - 2005-09-13
    Bribed cops still on the beat,  Mail & Guardian - 2005-09-13
    Bribed cops suspended at last,  Mail & Guardian - 2005-09-13
    Skills still wanted in local government,  Sapa - 2005-09-14
    Foreign doctors deregistered for fraud,  BuaNews - 2005-09-15
    Tough life for Zimbabwean exiles in South Africa,  The Zimbabwean - 2005-09-16
    Zimbabwean refugees protest in Johannesburg,  The Zimbabwean - 2005-09-16
    Immigration gridlock,  Engineering News.co.za - 2005-09-16
    Zimbabwean influx crisis,  City Press - 2005-09-17
    Village that welcomes Zimbabwean immigrants,  City Press - 2005-09-17
    Soyinka’s South Africa ordeal,  This Day - 2005-09-18
    Desperate Zimbabweans swamp Limpopo,  Sapa - 2005-09-18
    The meeting place of Africa,  Business Day - 2005-09-19
    Zimbabweans flood across border,  Cape Times - 2005-09-19
    Police raid targets Hillbrow buildings,  Mail & Guardian - 2005-09-20
    Need to better manage migration, says Deputy Minister,  Business Day - 2005-09-20
    Refugee filmmaker in South Africa,  UNHCR - 2005-09-21
    African refugees air their grievances,  The Mercury - 2005-09-21
    Hundreds left homeless after Johannesburg eviction,  SABC News - 2005-09-21
    Hillbrow evictions “punish the poor”,  Dispatch - 2005-09-21
    Police break down doors in massive Hillbrow round-up,  Star - 2005-09-21
    Foul hellhole is what hundreds called home,  Star - 2005-09-21
    Pakistani business people protest against police,  The Witness - 2005-09-23
    Repatriation futile as refugees escape,  IOL - 2005-09-23
    Hundreds of illegal immigrants safely deported,  SABC News - 2005-09-23
    Repatriation mostly successful,  Dispatch - 2005-09-23
    Home Affairs trying to sort out chaotic office,  Dispatch - 2005-09-23
    Lawyers, economists selling goods on the street,  Weekend Argus - 2005-09-24
    Chance for refugees to play their part,  Weekend Argus - 2005-09-24
    Limpopo overwhelmed by hordes of immigrants,  ZWNews - 2005-09-25
    Residents loot foreigner’s shops,  IOL - 2005-09-26
    Rebirth of Johannesburg’s inner city,  Business Report - 2005-09-27
    UN trains South Africans in refugee registration,  UN News Service - 2005-09-27
    SA intelligence probes influx of Zimbabwean refugees,  Zimonline - 2005-09-28
    Zimbabwean immigrant flood,  SouthScan - 2005-09-29
    Foreign interest in Jo’burg inner city,  Business Day - 2005-09-30
    Massive brain drain from SA to UK,  The Zimbabwean - 2005-09-30
    Zimbabweans thrive at Rhodes,  The Zimbabwean - 2005-09-30
    Zimbabwe Action Group calls for Lindela inquiry,  The Zimbabwean - 2005-09-30
Swaziland
    Swazis students blacklisted in South Africa,  Times of Swaziland - 2005-09-03
    Student permits spark renewed border debate,  UNIRIN News - 2005-09-05
Tanzania
    Tanzania tariffs blocking cross-border trade-EAC,  The Monitor - 2005-09-07
    Burundi refugees return home,  Sunday Times - 2005-09-13
Zambia
    Angola refugees stranded,  Post of Zambia - 2005-09-02
    Only 8,400 Angolan refugees repatriated,  The Times of Zambia - 2005-09-08
    Plan to halt exodus of nurses,  The Times of Zambia - 2005-09-10
    Health brain drain probe completed,  The Times of Zambia - 2005-09-23
    Are local contractors marginalized?,  Zambezi Times - 2005-09-26
Zimbabwe
    Man smuggles over $750 million into SA,  The Herald - 2005-09-02
    Story of a cross-border trader,  The Herald - 2005-09-03
    Story of a cross-border trader,  The Herald - 2005-09-03
    Travel ban for Mugabe critics,  The Standard - 2005-09-04
    Harare to sell stands to Homelink,  The Herald - 2005-09-07
    New laws hamper informal business,  UNIRIN News - 2005-09-08
    Britain gathers evidence against asylum seekers,  The Herald - 2005-09-08
    Beggars blockade border post,  Chronicle - 2005-09-08
    Zimbabwean lives ‘on hold’ in Canada,  The Zimbabwean - 2005-09-09
    Mass evictions leads to massive abuses,  Human Rights Watch - 2005-09-11
    Fighting deportation with suicide,  SW Radio Africa - 2005-09-12
    Zimbabwe to introduce exit visas to rein in critics,  Zim Online - 2005-09-14
    Exit visa undemocratic, say civic groups,  UNIRIN News - 2005-09-15
    Makamba said to seek asylum in Britain,  Newzimbabwe.com - 2005-09-16
    Somalis surrender to police, seek asylum,  The Herald - 2005-09-21
    Residents battling heaps of rubble,  The Zimbabwean - 2005-09-23
    Prevent illegal immigrants’ entry,  The Herald - 2005-09-26
    Foreigners enter Zimbabwe illegally,  The Herald - 2005-09-26
    Brain drain heads for crisis,  The Herald - 2005-09-27