The department of home affairs has proposed that the government review the international treaty concerning refugee protection, saying it was a “mistake” not to have curtailed socioeconomic rights extended to asylum seekers.

This is as the department has proposed the biggest overhaul of SA’s immigration in a generation, arguing the fiscus can no longer bear the cost of refugees...

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