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1. 2015-04-19 South Africa anti-immigrant violence: Hundreds held South Africa
2015-04-18 Zuma vows to end attacks on migrants Durban, South Africa
D. 2014-08-30 Lesotho 'coup' forces PM Thabane to South Africa Lesotho
E. 2008-05-27 S Africa to set up refugee camps South Africa
F. 2008-05-24 Protest against anti-foreigner violence Johannesburg
G. 2008-01-30 Zimbabweans detained in S. Africa raid South Africa

  Zuma vows to end attacks on migrants Map of Durban South Africa
South Africa anti-immigrant violence: Hundreds held


year 2015 Top ^

Apr.19
  More than 300 people have been arrested in connection with a wave of violence against immigrants from other parts of Africa
Apr.18
  South African President Jacob Zuma has visited a refugee camp in the port of Durban after a fresh outbreak of anti-foreigner violence



year 2014 Top ^

Aug.30
  The prime minister of the southern African kingdom of Lesotho has fled to South Africa, alleging a coup by the army and saying his life is in danger


year 2009 Top ^

Sep.4 White South African seeks asylum
   Canada: The government hopes to overturn a decision granting refugee status to Brandon Huntley, 31, who says he would face persecution at home


year 2008 Top ^

May.27 S Africa to set up refugee camps
  South Africa is to set up 7 camps around the country for foreign migrant workers who have fled a recent wave of anti-immigrant violence
May.24 Protest against anti-foreigner violence Map of Johannesburg  Johannesburg: South Africans protesting the violence marched carrying signs saying, 'Stop the Senseless Killing' and 'Mr. Mbeke, Where are You?' Jan.30 Zimbabweans detained in S. Africa raid  Police raided a downtown church where hundreds had taken refuge, hauling people in pajamas to a police station like in apartheid-era raids


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