Centre for Civil Society Seminar: Building capacity and skills for effective and successful integration of refugee communities in South Africa
Speaker: Daniel Byamungu Dunia
Date: Wednesday 8 August 2018
Venue: CCS Seminar Room A726, Level 7, Shepstone, Howard College, UKZN
This seminar is a focus on refugee experiences in South Africa with regards accessing housing. It will examine the rights and responsibilities that landlords and tenants hold in terms of the Rental Housing Act. The seminar will also offer insights on the role of the Rental Housing Tribunal in disputes between landlords and tenants.
Daniel Byamungu Dunia is Secretary General of the Africa Solidarity Network (ASONET)which is a campaign promoting social cohesion with the aim of ending xenophobia and xenophobic attacks in South Africa. ASONET has held a number of community dialogues in the Durban area to facilitate discussion between South Africans and foreign nationals and to promote social cohesion. It is also actively involved in various challenges faced by foreign African nationals in South Africa. These include issues of documentation, health, housing and opportunities / challenges for entrepreneurship.Posted on