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Government accused of xenophobic policies in SA schools

Xenophobic attacks in South Africa against migrants from other parts of Africa have severely damaged the country's reputation .

The government has been accused of implementing xenophobic policies, particularly when it comes to education.

South Africa's constitution states that everyone has a right to access public schools. However, some migrant children have been turned away.

Sophie Ribstein reports.

  • 27 Apr 2015
  • From the section Africa
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