400 Malawians deported from South Africa

From Face of Malawi Thu Nov 15 2012, 12:01:43

The South African government has deported over 400 Malawian nationals who were staying in the country illegally with the latest 120 people arriving yesterday morning. The increased number of deportees has been attributed to the South African government's sweep in the major cities of the country ahead of the festive season. Since the start of [...]

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