Beyond Control: Immigration & Human Rights in a Democratic South Africa
Southern Africa Migration Project, 1998 - Civil rights - 189 pages
This book critically reviews the content and application of South Africa's immigration legislation, including the Aliens Control Act of 1991, from a variety of legal and non-legal perspectives.
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ROOTED IN RACISM THE ORIGINS OF THE ALIENS
IMMIGRATION HUMAN RIGHTS IN SOUTH AFRICA
IMMIGRATION THE SOUTH AFRICAN CONSTITUTION
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