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Aliens and AIDS in Southern Africa: the Malawi-South Africa debate


, : Aliens and AIDS in Southern Africa: the Malawi-South Africa debate. African Affairs 97(386): 53-79

Between 1988 and 1992, about 13,000 Malawian mine migrant workers were repatriated from South Africa. The official reason given was that in the previous two years some 200 of them had tested HIV/AIDS positive.

Accession: 003035077

DOI: 10.2307/723474

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