Malawi: Govt to Bring Back 113 Malawians Stranded in South Africa

[AllAfrica - Africa] - 16/09/2019
[Nyasa Times] Government says it is working with the International Organisation for Migration to bring back home 113 Malawians who are in deplorable camps after running away from xenophobic attacks in South Africa.
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