Johannesburg, South Africa —Police in South Africa on Friday arrested more than 100 undocumented foreigners living in a house east of Johannesburg, some as young as 10 years old.
Police arrested them following a tip-off and invited immigration officers along, home affairs minister Aaron Motsoaledi told local television stations.
The group consisted of 98 Ethiopians and four Malawians in a house in Primrose, 14 kilometers (nine miles) east of Johannesburg, said Motsoaledi outside the local police station
“Some are as young as 10 years,” he added.
Some of them were rushed to hospital for treatment for malnutrition and dehydration.
Motsoaledi said the Ethiopia…
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