Mwanaume mmoja raia wa Malawi anayeishi Afrika Kusini, amewegeuza watu wawili kuwa nyoka, ambao walimshambulia nyumbani kwake kwenye vurugu za 'xenophobia'.

Amezitaka familia zao wampe randi 200,000 (Tsh. 32,561,148) ili kuwarudisha kuwa watu tena.
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A Malawian man has turned two South African Men into snakes after they attacked him in his house in Durban, South Africa.

The attackers according to reports tried to burn another Malawian Man’s house.

He charmed and turned them into snakes and dragged them along the streets to the surprise of many including some of the attackers most of whom took to their heels upon realizing what had happened.

The Man is demanding a compensation of Two Hundred Thousand (200,000) Rand before he will turn the snakes back into human beings.

This website is informed that negotiations are also ongoing between the families of the snake-men and the Malawian man to resolve the matter.

Daily Times recalls that more than 100 Malawians were reportedly displaced during an attack on foreign nationals at a Durban informal settlement last week. 

They have asked to be repatriated back to their countries. This was despite calm being restored at the Burnwood informal settlement, near Reservoir Hills, following an intervention by Durban mayor Zandile Gumede and acting Malawi high commissioner to South Africa Gloria Bamusi on Saturday. 

The eThekwini municipality said in a statement on Monday that the majority of Malawian nationals who had fled the “xenophobic attacks” at the informal settlement had now returned to their homes after calm was restored. 

The attacks on Malawians started after a Malawian was allegedly found in possession of stolen goods belonging to a South African. 

“This unfortunate situation was then hijacked by a group of locals who started kicking out other Malawians in the name of getting rid of ‘criminal elements’,” said Gumede in a statement. 

As a sign of extending an olive branch, the Malawians wrote a letter apologising for those who had committed crime and this gesture was overwhelmingly welcomed by the locals who indicated that they were ready to welcome the Malawians back into the community.

 Gumede said the integration and repatriation processes were at advanced stages and the eThekwini municipality was confident that by Wednesday all processes would have been concluded. “We have managed to return the situation to normality. 

A large group of Malawian nationals has opted to return to Burnwood informal settlement. 

“However, we have about 105 Malawians who have asked to be repatriated. We are helping them together with the International Organisation for Immigration and the Malawi High Commission,” she said.

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