The subject of this paper is the 450km international border between the South African province of the Free State and the sovereign state of Lesotho. The aim is twofold: First, to examine the role of existing South African borderline control in shaping the relationships between those who live and those who work on the borderline. And secondly, to examine how South African labour market policy affects the participation of the Basotho in various South African labour markets.
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