Zimbos’ flight from home breaks African record

The study said there was a need for the government to institute reforms to promote democracy and good governance.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Aug. 10, 2023

Feature: The Mozambican electrician who moved to Zim twice

But this was the turning point for Chataika. “I decided then that I didn’t want to leave in a country like that,” he told Al Jazeera.
By Aljazeera Jul. 14, 2023

It’s hard sleeping outside, say Zim asylum seekers

John Lannon, chief executive of Doras, an NGO supporting migrants, says the category of particularly vulnerable refugees extends beyond minors and victims of torture.
By Irish Times May. 18, 2023

AI red-flags growing Statelessness

In a report titled: Zimbabwe: “We are like Stray Animals”, AI estimates that thousands of people are at risk of failing to access education
By Lorraine Muromo Apr. 24, 2023

Scores throng Red Cross reunification facilities

The thousands of refugees at the camp also get free Wi-Fi, charge their phones and can make international calls.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Dec. 18, 2022

Refugees, national security in Nigeria

THE discourse about refugees has focused on the human rights based approach although, of late, the refugees have been more of a threat to receiving nations.
By Tanaka Chibi Nov. 18, 2022

Civil, political rights of refugees in South Africa

It was announced that the regulations were introduced because of the “…need to ensure national security through admission of genuine refugees and not bogus asylum-seekers.
By Marie-anne Mutero and Prince Mangani Nov. 15, 2022