Articles for Kimberly Mutandiro

Police target immigrant sex workers in Gauteng

We are only following orders from Home Affairs, say police


News | 12 February 2018

Man terrorized for renting shop to a Somali

Xenophobic Duduza residents “ban” Somali, Pakistani, Ethiopian, Bangladeshi and Eritrean residents from owning shops


News | 11 October 2017

Refugee children miss school to renew asylum permits

“My mom says I should be strong, but my feet always hurt from standing in the long queues” - grade 4 child


News | 12 September 2017

Herding cattle in urban Gauteng for R1,500 a month

Motorists taunt 23-year-old herdsman


Feature | 15 August 2017

Brakpan gogo fires warning gunshots and blows whistle on electricity thieves

“I am tired of paying large sums of money for electricity”


Brief | 20 July 2017

Asylum seekers targeted by thieves at Home Affairs

More security needed outside refugee centre


News | 31 May 2017

The long wait for “madams or bosses”

“Sitting at home will not put food on our tables,” say the men waiting by the side of the road


Feature | 29 March 2017

Free Zimbabwean contraceptives smuggled for sale in South Africa

A black market has emerged in contraceptive pills


News | 19 March 2017

Asylum seeker paid R1,500 for fake documents

Home Affairs warns against “unscrupulous” scammers operating outside its reception centre in Pretoria


News | 27 February 2017

“To people dustbins smell bad. To me they smell of money.”

Thembisile Kubheka makes a living by picking through bins


News | 20 February 2017

Woman entrepreneur survives Wild West of informal gold mining

After her husband was gunned down, ‘Kensani’ took over the business


News | 15 February 2017

Fears of xenophobic violence in Pretoria

Circular calls for march against immigrants


Brief | 30 January 2017

Home Affairs office loses asylum documents

"How can I work without my asylum?"


News | 28 November 2016

School children bunk classes to make gold

Parents complain illegal miners lure their kids with easy money


Feature | 4 November 2016