Violence against foreigners in South Africa is spreading as several countries, including Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Malawi, arrange to repatriate their citizens.
The violence has been triggered by South Africans who perceive foreigners to be taking jobs that they feel they should have.
Thousands of people are marching in Durban to protest against the violence.
Violent attacks against foreign nationals have been continuing in Durban, South Africa.
Two weeks ago locals began attacking and looting properties owned by fellow Africans, in the wake of alleged comments by Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini telling migrants to go home – although he says he was mistranslated.
President Jacob Zuma has condemned the violence and has established a team of ministers to put an end to it.
However, the government says it is not yet time to bring in the army.
Four people have been killed and shops owned by immigrants burnt and looted in the latest wave of violence in South Africa’s coastal city of Durban.
Those killed include an Ethiopian whose shop was petrol bombed and two South Africans.
More than 1,000 foreign nationals living in South Africa have fled their homes.