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Nowhere else to go: Survival migrants in South Africa caught between evictions and policy vacuum

Zimbabwe, South Africa / 28.07.11

Médecins Sans Frontières is gravely concerned that South African authorities’ strategies to address migration do nothing to resolve the greater humanitarian crisis surrounding vulnerable migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers. Present South African strategies focus on forced evictions targeting migrant residents of Johannesburg slum buildings, and mass deportations of undocumented migrants from the country. However, the dynamics around survival migration are complex, requiring regional vision and proactive solutions to settle the regional crisis, which brought these migrants to settle in South Africa.

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