13 Malawian nationals deported from Zimbabwe

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The Zimbabwe government has deported 13 Malawian nationals who were in the country without proper documentation.

Mwanza border public relations officer Pasqually Zulu said the 13 Malawian nationals arrived at Mwanza border on Tuesday from Zimbabwe.

Zulu said it is reported that these Malawians who are all in their mid-20s, left Malawi on June 13th without proper traveling documents and they also used routes between Ntcheu and Balaka districts.

The publicist further said the 13 were apprehended in Zimbabwe whilst in-transit to South Africa and it was the Malawi embassy officials in Harare who facilitated their deportation back to Malawi using a 3star bus.

He added that during the verification exercise, it was confirmed that they are all indeed from Malawi, Mangochi to be precise where issuing of passport is currently being done.

Meanwhile, the deportees have been released and advised to follow the right procedure whenever they want to travel outside the countrywide.

The department has since warned that those involved in the syndicate that once caught they will face the long arm of the law.

Undocumented crossing of international borders by certain quarter of Malawian nationals remains a challenge to the Immigration and Citizenship Department.

This is coming despite government efforts in bringing immigration services closer to the people.

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  1. That’s true they need to respect the law and what amazing!Zimbabwe to deport foreign nationals?even these idiots what were they doing in Zimbabwe?

  2. How can this Shona regime government do this while Zimbabweans are scattered all over the world without proper papers living abroad nd treated well. SADAC must do something this behaviour

  3. how many undocumanted zimbabwens in south africa ; but their not taken back home so why some other foreighners at zim has to be deported ?????

  4. The problem is the Malawi government that charges exorbitant prices on a national passport compared to any African country, why are you punishing your own citizens.
    I have never seen a caring parent that makes life if it’s children harder compared to its neighbors, such parents are not biological parents but Step parents. These people are the ones who wake up early in the morning to queue and vote for the government to be in power but the same government is screwing its citizens inform of exorbitant fees on Passports, Id’s and motor vehicles Licenses, I feel so bad when I compare with other African countries on how they charge one acquires the the same kind of documentation.
    Thts why people are traveling without documentation. There is no jobs to raise such money for one to travel.
    Think about it Malawi 🇲🇼

  5. The problem is the Malawi government that charges exorbitant prices on a national passport compared to any African country, why are you punishing your own citizens.
    I have never seen a caring parent that makes life if it’s children harder compared to its neighbors, such parents are not biological parents but Step parents. These people are the ones who wake up early in the morning to queue and vote for the government to be in power but the same government is screwing its citizens inform of exorbitant fees on Passports, Id’s and motor vehicles Licenses, I feel so bad when I compare with other African countries on how they charge one acquires the the same kind of documentation.
    Thts why people are traveling without documentation. There is no jobs to raise such money for one to travel.
    Think about it Malawi 🇲🇼

  6. The issue of isolating Africans branding them as foreigners in Africa is of colonial ideology, which isolates Africans people mentally ,spiritual, fiscally .African have to travel the whole Africa with only their ID’s .We exploit them in their own backyard and treated them like cows in the kraal.this must stop.