HARARE – The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) and the United States have praised the Zimbabwean government’s efforts in dealing with human trafficking and migration.
BEITBRIDGE, Zimbabwe (IDN) – Child trafficking is alive and thriving on Zimbabwe’s southern border.
HERBERT Janga (37) relocated to Malawi with his wife and three children in 2012 – to date, he and his family have not visited their relatives back home because they…
Zimbabwe’s porous borders are proving to be the access gates for human traffickers and illegal migrants with the obtaining statistics indicating that the authorities are fighting a losing battle in trying to seal off its borders.
“Unfortunately my husband has never bothered to communicate with us for nearly a decade when he went to South Africa in 2008. I am on my own here,” she said, choking in tears.
Confronted by a bleak future due to deteriorating political and socio-economic climate, James Zuze quit his job as a teacher in 2007. The move was greeted with condemnation by those close to him.
UPON seeing a sleek Mercedes-Benz approaching the parking lot outside the dilapidated farm compounds at Kumavhoroso, about 30km north of Pretoria, Sibongile Khumalo walked seductively towards it with a beaming smile on her face.
Clad in shabby and ragged trousers with callused toes poking through tattered sneakers, Tafadzwa feels scared, ashamed and alone at the little ‘Sodom and Gomorrah’ in Shoshanguve in Pretoria
South Africa is arresting a growing number of asylum seekers when they attempt to renew their asylum permits. Mxolisi Ncube speaks to Zimbabweans sent home and the human rights groups challenging the deportations.
CHIPINGE, Zimbabwe – They fled war to start new homes in Zimbabwe, but outside peace and acceptance by their adopted communities, the Mozambicans here are not feeling so homely due to a harsh economic environment and difficulties in getting national registration certificates.
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