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Good news for refugees in Mzansi as the United Nations cames in to help South African Home Affairs

South Africa is going through challenges with millions of migrants running away from their country and come here, illegal to seek greener pastures. South Africa used to be welcoming but now since its economy have collapsed, there is no way, it can accommodate all foreign nationals. 

Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi have met Gillian Triggs, UN Assistant Secretary-General and Assistant High Commissioner for Protection with UNHCR to “review and also take forward the strategic approaches to the management of asylum and refugees in South Africa”.

During the meeting, he had, with Gillian Triggs, they discussed about strengthening the asylum and refugee system in South Africa, including legislative reform, social assistance, judicial engagement, refugee status determination, backlog and to ensure proper documentation.

“We recognise that some of our laws were enacted in a period where things were very different to how they are now. We need to modernise our laws to reflect our current circumstances, based on our realities,” said Aaron Motsoaledi.

Aaron Motswaledi is the best Home Affairs minister ever since the collapse of apartheid. He is not having the globalization detect to him.

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