Monthly Archives: November 2008

Border officials work overtime to help Zimbabwean asylum seekers

By | 5 November 2008

MUSINA, South Africa – Bravieouse Moloi still can’t get over how quickly it took for officials to grant her permission to remain in South Africa while her asylum request is processed. Less than a week after crossing the border from her native Zimbabwe, the 19-year-old has an asylum seeker permit and is looking for work.

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Fairness for Emerging Markets

By | 4 November 2008

By Kemal Davis The crisis that has threatened the global economy since August 2007 has unfolded in an accelerating succession of phases. October’s phase was the spread to emerging markets. A key step in fighting what could become a severe worldwide depression is making massive credit lines available to most emerging-market economies, which have been… Read More »

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