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Index Please note: Page numbers in italics refer to tables and figures. INDEX|235| A accountability lack of 74 and planning 77–8 affirmative action 45 African Union (AU) 15 agriculture export-oriented policies 101 investment in production 141 per capita yields 101 Agrilabour (Lesotho) 165 AIDS pandemic 94 see also HIV/AIDS Alexandra township 75 anti-foreigner sentiments 78 see also xenophobia Asian countries 5, 41 asylum 71 laws 79 seekers 71–2, 73 B banking 75–6 formal services 74 legislation 72 border crossings, irregular 71 border farms 166 Botswana 2, 3, 15, 51, 58 burial societies 141, 143 bursaries 44, 45 business contacts 7 C capital access to 7 goods transfers 133–4 cash transfers 133 Central Africa 219 Central Statistical Office (CSO) Consumer Price Index 88, 89 Total Consumption Poverty Line (TPL) 89 child maintenance grants 193–4 children 108 of domestic workers 203 extended family 93 living with relatives 108 orphans 93, 94 citizenship laws 79 commercial farming 19 commercial sex industry 228 relationships 189, 219–20 urban centres 219 community 77 computer science, see information technology consumer goods purchases 141 transfers 133–4 corruption 71, 72 and illegality 75 cost of living 39 crime 44 and insecurity 76–7 cross-border migration 9, 15, 16 female workers 198 cross-border transport operators 138–40 cyclical labour migration 100 D data collection systems 10, 14 debts and remittances 141 Department of Health (SA) 46 Department of Home Affairs (SA) 71, 74 diaspora 7, 15–16, 17 direct foreign investment (DFI) 132–3 SURVIVING ON THE MOVE: MIGRATION, POVERTY AND DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTHERN AFRICA|236| discrimination against non-citizens 66, 70 documentation 71–2 domestic abuse 209 domestic workers 19, 141, 164, 199–203 accommodation 206 incomes and expenditure 205–6 working conditions 203–5 Du Noon township 75 E Eastern Cape (former Transkei) 183–5, 220 access to resources 185–6 employment 184 ex-miners’ practices and opportunities 188–94 migrant sending area 225 migratory tradition 186–8 poverty levels 184 power resources of households 186 recruitment patterns 185 socio-economic conditions 185–6 economic assessments 43 economic evaluations 39–40 economic exclusion 75–6 economic motives 4 economic pessimism 44 Economic Structural Adjustment Programme (ESAP) 51, 86 education 155 access to 76 courses of study 37 and national service 46 emigration potential 28–30 final year students and skilled adults 30 by home language 36 measuring of 28–9, 29 predictors of 43 by race 36 statistics 29, 30 Employment Bureau of Africa, The (TEBA) 165 engineers 51 entrepreneurial strategies 193 environmental stress 101 exclusion attitudes 70 pattern of 73 F Facilitation of Movement protocol (SADC) 71 family employed male breadwinner 190 expectations 42–3 prospects 43 relative comparisons 40 farmers’ contracts 165, 173–4 farming activities 121, 125 ‘no-objection’ or BL-17 permit 165 farmworkers abusive treatment 177 accommodation 174–5 Basotho in South Africa 168–71 food 176 gender differences 171 medical care 176 undocumented status 166–8 wages 155, 172–4 working conditions 171–2 Fast Track Land Reform programme 140 female-headed households 119–20 financial services 72 food 157–8 associations 191–2 exchanges of items 124–5 prices 89 rural areas 105, 106 rural to urban flow 124–6 security strategies 18, 125 shortages 99–100 urban security measures 101 forced migration 102–3, 109 foreign exchange 7, 132–3 foreign investment 5, 142 G Gauteng 220, 224, 227 migrant receiving area 225 urban governance and development 67–8 INDEX|237| gender 37 Global Commission on Migration 1 Global Forum on International Migration and Development 2 global migrant movements 9 global ‘migrant stock’ concept 3 region of destination 4, 16 global migration system 3 Growth and Development Strategy (Gauteng) 67–8 Gweru (Zimbabwe) 18, 62, 85–7, 88 H healthcare, access to services 73, 76, 207–8 healthcare professionals 10, 16, 46 Zimbabwe 51–64 High-Level Dialogue on International Migration and Development (UN) 1 high-skilled workers 6, 7 HIV assessment of health risk 220 behavioural risk and residence 227 prevalence by geotype 227 provincial, by geotype 228 sexually active by age and geotype 229 sexually active by geotype 229 sexually active youth by geotype 230 sexual networks 228 HIV/AIDS 39, 44, 52, 86, 189–90, 215 ecological analysis of risk 216 knowledge of 211 mobility and vulnerability 19 vulnerability of domestic workers 199 home(s) building of 141 ownership 83–5 households dependency ratio of 93–4 economic differentiation 159 expenditure 157 female-headed...

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ISBN
9781920409364
Related ISBN
9781920409098
MARC Record
OCLC
748598885
Pages
252
Launched on MUSE
2013-01-01
Language
English
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No
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