The government has sufficient immigration laws and only needs to fortify its porous borders, says the acting UN representative to SA, Ayodele Odusola.

Amid a new wave of xenophobic violence in SA, which resulted in the stoning and burning to death of a Zimbabwean national by a mob in Diepsloot township outside Johannesburg, opposition parties have called for tighter laws and stricter border controls...

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