Pitso Mompe* reports on the Anti-xenophobia network.
Molefe Pilane* argues for the need to write and speak in indigenous languages as a means to concientise people, to bridge the gap between people of different languages and cultures; and to preserve indigenous knowledge systems.
In this article, Nerisha Baldevu* gives an overview of the discussions in the
During the xenophobic attacks in Kathorus in 2008, the Kathorus Concerned Residents (KCR), a community organisation, played a central role in discussing and implementing actions to protect foreign nationals. Bheki Xaba argues that this was possible because of the strength and implantation of the organisation in the community.
Kenneth Tafira builds on the issues raised in the discussion on Xenophobia at Winter School, and argues for strong organisation
In this article Dawlo discusses how Somalis have tried to make SA their home, and the xenophobia meted out to them especially because they are small traders.
Koni Benson* argues that, contrary to widely reported views in mainstream media, the poor are the most sympathetic of Zimbabweans’ struggle for democracy