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South Africa's stateless children: 'I thought I would be shot'

Children, often undocumented and unaccompanied, risk the dangerous crossing into South Africa in hope of a better life.

by Jamaine Krige & Yeshiel Panchia
22 Jan 2020 GMT+3

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