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Governance, 'sovereignty-state-territory triad', human population migration and xenophobia in (South) Africa
This article seeks to examine the association of the concept of governance of international relations and, by implication, human population migration, through the rigid practices of “sovereignty-state-territory triad” ...
South Africa’s foreign and migration policies missteps: fuels of xenophobic eruptions?
South Africa plays a crucial role in the development of the African continent, especially in the South African Development Community. Hence, South Africa’s foreign and migration policies shape the perceptions of both its ...
Anti-Afrophobia policy shortfall and dilemma in the New Partnership for Africa’s Development and South Africa
Since 1994, South Africa witnessed various xenophobic attacks, the two recent ones leaving over 60 Africans dead in 2008 and 17 in 2015. Xenophobia is an embarrassment to the new South African Government, which is ...
International migration: The state-sovereignty-migration nexus
Commonly, international human migration is blamed for corroding states sovereignty, especially stemming from policy circles, academic literature and citizens of the host countries. This has attracted the attention of the ...
Approaches to "Xenophobia" interventions in Africa: Common narratives through community radio in South Africa
The article explores the prospects of community radio programming in providing organic interventions against xenophobia in South Africa. In the context of mounting migrationrelated complexities globally, the media have ...
Exploration of transnationalism as a concept and phenomenon in Public Administration
Transnationalism as both a phenomenon and a concept has received negligible attention in modern times in relation to the practice of public administration and its corresponding field of study. This article provides an ...