ON BORDERS:
PERSPECTIVES ON MIGRATION
IN SOUTHERN AFRICA

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David McDonald, eds., On Borders: Perspectives on Cross-Border Migration in Southern Africa (Cape Town: SAMP/Idasa, in press)

You can order this book by contacting faldelah@idasact.org.za
Publications Department
Idasa
P.O. Box 1739
Cape Town 8000 South Africa

 

Chapter One:
David McDonald (Queen's University, SAMP), Introduction: Towards a Better Understanding of Cross-Border Migration in Southern Africa

Chapter Two:
Jonathan Crush (Queen's University, SAMP), Migrations Past: An Historical Overview of Cross-Border Movement in Southern Africa

Chapter Three:
John Gay (Sechaba Consultants), Lesotho and South Africa: Time for a New Immigration Compact

Chapter Four:
Fion de Vletter (Economic Policy Consultant), Labour Migration to South Africa: The Lifeblood for Southern Mozambique

Chapter Five:
Lovemore Zinyama (University of Zimbabwe), Who, What, When and Why: Cross-border Movement from Zimbabwe to South Africa

Chapter Six:
Bruce Frayne (University of Namibia) and Wade Pendleton (University of Namibia), Namibians on South Africa: Attitudes Towards Cross-border Migration and Immigration Policy

Chapter Seven:
Belinda Dodson (Queen's University), Women on the Move: Gender and Cross-border Migration to South Africa from Lesotho, Mozambique and Zimbabwe

Chapter Eight:
Donald M. Taylor (McGill University) and Kelly Barlow (McGill University), What About the Future? Long-term Migration Potential to South Africa from Lesotho, Mozambique and Zimbabwe

Chapter Nine:
David McDonald (Queen's University, SAMP) , Lephophotho Mashike (Labour Market Alternatives) and Celia Golden (Labour Market Alternatives), The Lives and Times of International Migrants in Post-apartheid South Africa

Chapter Ten:
Robert Mattes (Idasa), Donald M. Taylor (McGill University), David McDonald (Queen's University, SAMP), Abigail Poore (McGill University), and Wayne Richmond (Idasa), Still Waiting for the Barbarians: South Africans' Attitudes to Immigrants and Immigration

Appendix A:
Research Methodology for the Surveys in Lesotho, Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Namibia

Appendix B:
Aggregate Summary of Results from Surveys in Lesotho, Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Namibia

Appendix C:
Aggregate Summary of Results from Surveys of African Migrants Living in South Africa


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