Over 1 500  Malawians return from South Africa

Over 1, 500 returnees from South Africa arrive back in Malawi as the country continues to register few covid-19 infections.

Returnees undergo Covid-19 test

Spokesperson for Immigration department at Mwanza border Pasqually Zulu said 1, 539 Malawian returnees from South Africa are expected to arrive back home through Mwanza border.

“further details indicate that of the 22 buses carrying the people, one bus is carrying 62 Malawians who were being held at Lindera Holding Facility for violating various immigration laws,” he said.

The returnees will be allowed in upon production of covid-19 test certificate.

The returnees sponsor the trips themselves athough the department of disaster management affairs budget for the return of the Malawian returnees.

This cohort of returnees is coming at a time the country is registering the lowest covid-19 infection since the start of this wave last year, with four deaths yesterday and just over 200 new infections.

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Ndafera Nkhande
Ndafera Nkhande
14 days ago

Tsono awa abwera bwanji popeza mmati ndalama zidabedwa?

Mangochi Kabwafu
Mangochi Kabwafu
14 days ago

Covid iyo

Sikelo Gonani
Sikelo Gonani
14 days ago

Good news

Justice for all
Justice for all
14 days ago

So that money was just eaten and this people are paying themselves what country that abuses the public funds

JFK
JFK
13 days ago

Government is not supposed to pay for their transport costs. Ku SA anapita okha with their own transport money, noone forced them to go. Amene akufuna kubwerako has to take care of his or her transport costs. Government will just facilitate the transportation arrangements and make sure that Covid issues are well taken care of.

Mangochi Kabwafu
Mangochi Kabwafu
13 days ago
Reply to  JFK

True

Pothead
14 days ago

Covid-19: The Movie – we need the returnees to help in the development of our beautiful country. We need labour for growing cotton, tobacco and sugarcane.

Blessings
14 days ago
Reply to  Pothead

Kkkk . Is that so. Kamuzu mentality

jahman
14 days ago

kwanu ndi kwanu mthengo mudalaka njoka

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