According to the South African Institute of Race Relations, the country has an estimated three to five million undocumented African immigrants in a population of 47m, and those on the outside looking in are anticipating an easier crossing when visa-free entry and other tourism border-crossing formalities are relaxed for the Cup.
What does SAIRR stand for?
SAIRR stands for South African Institute of Race Relations
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- Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (Johns Hopkins University)
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In the same year, he began teaching in the philosophy department of the University of Witwatersrand and also became a member of the executive council of the South African Institute of Race Relations, serving with the Zulu Chief Luthuli and Oliver Tambo, who later headed the ANC.
One of these is the Mineworkers' Union, which has repeatedly challenged the interpretation of affirmative action laws; another is the conservative South African Institute of Race Relations, which supports more restrained and limited approaches to redressing past racial inequalities.