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There is a pressing need to explore the victimisation experiences of foreign nationals with the purpose to attract the attention of the government, NGOs, and Civil society activists, to make special efforts to pursue preventive action and advocacy, including awareness campaigns and conflict resolution programmes, as well as other community interventions aimed at promoting social cohesion.
Xenophobia should not only be blamed for the South African government inability to deliver, but African countries’ corruption lack of accountability and transparency leading to the massive African migrants who migrate to SA for a search of peace, human rights, democracy and job opportunities, whose burden goes to SA.
Consequently, the SA government failure to deliver to its own citizens’ basic social needs, education, health, housing, and employment won’t be able to assist the massive surge of migrants from other African countries.
Corruption and irresponsible African leadership has led to South African carrying the burden of the African migration done.
Basically, if most countries are doing very well, less corruption, civil wars, the need to travel to another country will be reduced.
Samuel Fikiri, Cinini a Masters Holder from the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Department of Criminology.
His Work on the victimisation vulnerability of foreign nationals has led him to a PhD, as to find more about the perceptions of foreign nationals on their safety and security.
The concerns are Human Security and Human dignity of foreign nationals
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