Xenophobia: Hundreds Of Malawians Leave South Africa

More than 600 Malawi citizens have left South Africa for their home country after refusing to reintegrate into the local communities, more than three weeks after xenophobic attacks broke out in the city of Durban.

George Chilonga, deputy consul at Malawi's consulate general, told Al Jazeera that 33 buses from the three camps of Isipingo, Chatsworth, and Phoenix had departed for Blantyre, Malawi on Tuesday.