Explores the history of border-jumping from what is now Zimbabwe to what is now South Africa. Francis Musoni contends that this cross-border movement has a long history and needs to be considered beyond the conventional framing of legality and illegality."
Martin Murray, author of Commemorating and Forgetting: Challenges for the New South Africa
Given the crises that have shaken Zimbabwe since the start of this century, more and more media, policy, and scholarly attention has been directed toward human migration across Limpopo River, the wider politics shaping those crossings and their shifts, and some of the tactics and strategies of both the migrants and those seeking to control their travel."
Blair Rutherford, author of Farm Labor Struggles in Zimbabwe