The African Centre for Migration and Society (ACMS) at the University of Witwatersrand worked with the Mail & Guardian on a e-book about migration in large (African) cities. ‘Writing Invisibility: Conversations on the Hidden City’ is a journey into the spaces of the city often bypassed in public debate and storytelling. Eight writers and journalists from South Africa, Nigeria, Uganda, Kenya and the US cover immigrant African sex workers in Belgium, patterns of urban survival among Tanzanians in the Durban Point area, and urban prophecy among immigrants in Johannesburg. This book is now ready and contains beautiful stories and pictures on the resilience of migrants.
See here the link to the e-book.