Thank you, hon Speaker. Hon Deputy President, it is common cause that in such situations of conflict there will be an increase in instability and in people's movement and so on, which will result in quite a number of people becoming refugees.
So the question is: What is being done in that situation? What is South Africa's role in assisting and facilitating the movement of refugees, particularly in the South African context of the recent xenophobic attacks; and in educating South Africans about the dynamics of the home countries of those citizens, thus creating understanding that they will need to be here should the situation continue to escalate - as it is doing - and that they need a second home. Thank you.