The African National Congress is starting its “dispute resolution process” in a bid to address the a.
The Zimbabwean government yesterday dispatched six buses and trucks to refugee camps around Gauteng to ferry its displaced nationals back home.
When the six buses arrived at the shelter on the Rand Airport road in Germiston, Ekurhuleni, yesterday morning, Zimbabwean nationals, mostly men, were relieved to return home.
"I cannot wait to go home. I cannot stay here because I don't know how long we will be kept here," Brian Sithole said.
"South Africans have treated us badly. Though the situation in our country is not ideal, it is better to die at home.
"At least I'm going back home in time for the elections."
But not everyone was as enthusiastic as Ndlovu about trekking back home.
Zimbabwean ambassador to South Africa Simon Khaya Moyo said some Zimbabweans had opted to stay in South Africa but hinted that they were worried about the government's plans to reintegrate them into communities.