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Introduction of Xenophobia and citizenship: the everday politics of exclusion and inclusion in Africa.
Cambridge University Press.
If you go to Alexandra (Johannesburg), to Sunnyside (Pretoria) … everywhere, spaza shops, hair salons, everything has been taken over by foreign nationals … They displace South Africans by making them not competitive. (Major Kobese, Director of Policy Support in the Office of the Director General, Department of Home Affairs, South Africa, cited by C. van der Westhuizen in Cape Times, 6 September 2011, p. 11)
citizenship , politics , racism , social exclusion
Fourchard, L. and Segatti, A. 2015. Introduction of Xenophobia and citizenship: the everday politics of exclusion and inclusion in Africa.AFRICA 85 (1):pp 2-12.