Pictures: Xenophobia victims arrive

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About 300 Zimbabwean xenophobia victims returned from Durban, South Africa on Friday April 24, aboard free buses provided by the Zimbabwean government.

About 300 Zimbabwean xenophobia victims returned from Durban, South Africa on Friday April 24, aboard free buses provided by the Zimbabwean government.

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So far 753 Zimbabweans have arrived by this route.The victims were later temporarily camped at an International Organisation of Migration (IOM) camp where support services such as free health checks, groceries and sanitary ware for women, medication and other basic essentials were provided.

About 300 Zimbabwean xenophobia victims returned from Durban, South Africa on Friday April 24, aboard free buses provided by the Zimbabwean government.
About 300 Zimbabwean xenophobia victims returned from Durban, South Africa on Friday April 24, aboard free buses provided by the Zimbabwean government.
A man carries some of his belongings at the Beitbridge border post.
A man carries some of his belongings at the Beitbridge border post.
Zimbabweans form a queue at the Beitbridge border post just after arriving from Durban, South Africa.
Zimbabweans form a queue at the Beitbridge border post just after arriving from Durban, South Africa.
A child looks out the window after arriving at the Beitbridge border post from South Africa.
A child looks out the window after arriving at the Beitbridge border post from South Africa.
About 300 Zimbabwean xenophobia victims returned from Durban, South Africa on Friday April 24, aboard free buses provided by the Zimbabwean government.
About 300 Zimbabwean xenophobia victims returned from Durban, South Africa on Friday April 24, aboard free buses provided by the Zimbabwean government.
A man fills in his repatriation form after arriving at Beitbridge border post from South Africa.
A man fills in his repatriation form after arriving at Beitbridge border post from South Africa.
About 300 Zimbabwean xenophobia victims returned from Durban, South Africa on Friday April 24, aboard free buses provided by the Zimbabwean government.
About 300 Zimbabwean xenophobia victims returned from Durban, South Africa on Friday April 24, aboard free buses provided by the Zimbabwean government.

4 COMMENTS

  1. The caption below is inaccurate it was not at Beitbridge Border Post but at the Deportation reception centre which was originally run by IOM and has been handed over to Department of Social welfare

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  3. The buses were provided by the Zimbabwe government, yes, but they were not free! someone paid, most likely me and you, through our government, paid for the buses

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