Sudan: EU Suspends Migration Control Projects Amid Repression Fears

Khartoum — The EU has suspended projects targeting illegal migration in Sudan. The move comes amid fears they might have aided security forces responsible...
Nigeria: 'Investment in Education a Waste Without Discipline in Schools'

Liberia: Craftsman Donates Model Plane, T-Shirts to ‘Refugees’ in U.S.

A young Liberian entrepreneur and craftsman based in Ganta City, Nimba County, has donated a homemade airplane model and self-printed T-shirts to Liberians residing...

South Africa: A Unique Picture of Migration Patterns in South Africa Can Help Urban...

Urban living holds the promise of improved conditions. But many people relocating to South Africa's metropolitan areas have to contend...

Uganda: Stateless – Eritreans Secretly Moved to Uganda

Najjanankumbi, on the edge of the Kampala City, is a shabby suburb area dotted with desultory iron-roofed houses. But this suburb is a beautiful...

Southern Africa: Migration and Health – What Southern Africa Needs to Do to Plug...

A global commission on health and migration has released its report on how health care systems fail migrants. The aim is to provide the...

Nigeria: Executive, Legislature Collaborating to Address Plight of IDPs – Gbajabiamila

The speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajamila has said that both the Executive and the Legislative arms of government are working assiduously...

Ghana: GIS Deploys Public Affairs Officers to Regions, Units

The Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) has deployed 17 officers to head communication setups at its regional commands and other key units across the country. The...

Libya: After Libyan Bombing, Bangladeshis Wait for Injured Migrants’ Return

Dhaka — Smugglers and traffickers have exploited the turmoil to send hundreds of thousands of migrants on dangerous journeys across the Mediterranean, though the...

Mozambique: Cost of Entry Visas Soars

Maputo — The Mozambican government, despite a commitment to increasing tourism, has more than tripled the cost of entry visas. Under a government decree of...

Ethiopia: Forced Displacement Causes Controversy in Ethiopia’s Omo Valley

A dam project and sugarcane plantation intended to transform southern Ethiopia could mean the end to a way of life for indigenous people living...

Sudan: We Give Forced Immigration Great Attention – Motwalli

Khartoum — The Secretary General of the Secretrait of the Sudanese Working Abroad SSWA, Ambassador Issam Awad Motwalli, stressed concern of the secretrait with...
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98 invitations issued to BC PNP Skills Immigration, Express Entry and Entrepreneur registrants

Details The CanadaVisa Team 31 July 2019 The British Columbia Provincial...
Sudan: 13,000 People Affected By Heavy Rains

Sudan: 13,000 People Affected By Heavy Rains

Khartoum — Heavy rains and flash floods have affected an estimated 13,000 people in four states across the country including North Darfur (10,250), South...

Zimbabwe: Migration to Solar Costs Econet Us$60m

ECONET Wireless Zimbabwe says it requires more than US$60 million to upgrade its equipment and convert all its sites to solar power. The move to...

Libya: Avoiding the Next Tragedy in Libya

Late on the night of July 2, the Tajoura detention center in Libya was hit by an airstrike, killing at least 60 refugees and...

Malawi: Network Says 95 Percent Malawians Trafficked Without Their Knowledge – Minister Launches Tip...

Malawi Network Against Trafficking in Person (M-NAT) chairperson Rodrick Mulonya has dislosed that abut 95 percent of Malawians seeking greener pastures elsewhere are trafficked...

Sudan: Refugees in Khartoum Provided With Income-Generating Projects

Khartoum — Refugees in Khartoum state hailing from different countries were delivered income-generating projects funded by the UN High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR)- Director of...
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Africa: Interview On Plight of People On the Move in Agadez, Niger

Niger has been on Africa's migration route for centuries, and particularly the Agadez region. In recent years, travellers heading north have been joined by...

Angolan Authorities and UNHCR Negotiate Repatriation of DRC Refugees

Dundo — The government of the eastern Lunda Norte (Angola) and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) are since Tuesday assessing the...
Mozambique: Cost of Frontier Visa Unchanged

Mozambique: Cost of Frontier Visa Unchanged

Maputo — The spokesperson for Mozambique's National Immigration Service (SENAMI), Celestino Matsinhe, told reporters on Thursday that the enormous increases in charges for certain...
Meet the only four Chief Justices in Africa who are women

Libya: More Than 100 Feared Dead in Mediterranean Shipwreck

A boat packed with people is spotted in the Mediterranean Sea from an Italian rescue helicopter in June 2014. ...
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Tanzania: Clock Ticks for 950,000 Holders of Old Generation Passports in Tanzania

Dar es Salaam — Time is fast running out for holders of machine readable passports, with only five months to go before the travel...

Libya: Scores Feared Drowned in ‘Worst Mediterranean Tragedy of the Year’

More than 100 migrants and refugees are feared drowned after the boats they were travelling in capsized off Libya's coast in the Mediterranean Sea,...

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