Policy, Law, Economics and Politics - Deepening Democracy through Access to Information
This privately-owned website is operated and maintained by Creamer Media
We have detected that the browser you are using is no longer supported. As a result, some content may not display correctly.
We suggest that you upgrade to the latest version of any of the following browsers:
close notification
28 May 2017
28 Mar 2017
Numsa endorses anti-xenophobia march in Johannesburg, slams Mayor Mashaba
The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) on Tuesday endorsed a march by the United Front against xenophobia in a bid to quell the recent upsurge of violent attacks on foreign...
March against Xenophobia takes to the streets of Johannesburg
The Coalition against Xenophobia will be hosting a march on Tuesday in Hillbrow, Johannesburg. The march, against xenophobia, comes after violence broke out in Pretoria West, as community members...
22 Mar 2017
Zim gives SA 'thumbs up' for efforts in ending xenophobia
Zimbabwean authorities have reportedly given the South African government a 'thumbs up' for its efforts in ending xenophobic violence. According to Chronicle, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs,...
14 Mar 2017
Daily Podcast - March 14, 2017
Making headlines: South Africa’s resumption of ICC membership brings immediate challenge Sassa and Dlamini yet to answer the ConCourt’s questions And, South Africa launches hate crime unit with...
South Africa launches hate crime unit with Nigeria
South Africa says it will launch an "early warning" system with Nigeria to track and deter xenophobic attacks following a surge in violence in the rainbow nation . South Africa's Foreign Minister...
13 Mar 2017
Xenophobia: Nigeria sends high level delegation to SA
A high level delegation from Nigeria is expected in South Africa on Tuesday to discuss diplomatic relations between the two countries, following recent xenophobic violence. A statement issued by...
03 Mar 2017
SGJ: Sonke Gender Justice calls for greater political leadership and accountability in SA's response to prevention of xenophobia
Violent xenophobic attacks on non-nationals, their families and their businesses have become a regular feature of South African society. Since January 2015, Xenowatch has found that xenophobia has...
Xenophobia and the question of universal rights
Professor Raymond Suttner discusses 'How do we address xenophobia?'.
27 Feb 2017
Zimbabweans in SA say 'xenophobic attacks are political', engage ANC
Zimbabweans living in South Africa have reportedly engaged the African National Congress (ANC) to intervene, following recent "xenophobic attacks" in Pretoria and Johannesburg. On Friday protesters...
Police should focus on communities, not ANC factional battles - SACP
The South African Police Services (Saps) should support community activism against real criminals instead of focusing on African National Congress (ANC) factional battles, the South African...
24 Feb 2017
No place for xenophobia in Johannesburg – Mashaba
Peace-loving South Africans need to reject groups trying to blame immigrants for crime and unemployment, Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba said on Friday. “There is no place for xenophobia in...
Political parties condemn xenophobic violence
Political parties have condemned the violent anti-immigrant protests and acts of intimidation that have broken out. The African National Congress (ANC), which called for tolerance, said it noted...
Don't 'brandish all non-nationals' as criminals – Zuma
President Jacob Zuma has strongly condemned the violent tensions which have recently broken out between South Africans and immigrants in parts of Gauteng. His office announced on Friday that he...
SA: President Zuma to champion fight against crime and calls for restraint in wake of tension between locals and non-nationals
President Jacob Zuma is to champion the fight against crime in order to promote safer and more stable communities, in light of several complaints from communities about drug trafficking and abuse...
Zuma calls for restraint ahead of march against foreign nationals
President Jacob Zuma on Friday called for restraint ahead of the planned march against foreign nationals which is being organised by a group calling itself the Mamelodi Concerned Residents. “The...

Online Publishers Association