"We don't expect any violence after 2010. We expect job creation," says one resident.
Orange Farm vendors say the protests were hijacked by looters, including school children.
To address South Africa's problem with xenophobia, especially directed against Zimbabweans, the government needs to seek a clean political solution.
Some of the shack dwellers of Jeffsville recently had an idea: Why not stage a march to demand government housing?
Two of the remaining shelters for foreigners in Gauteng will close on Tuesday, it was reported on Monday.
Some civil-society groups have had a "negative impact" on efforts to solve the refugee crisis, the Southern African office of the UNHCR says.
Some residents of the Rand Airport shelter for people displaced by xenophobic violence are refusing to leave, a Gauteng government spokesperson says.
While relocation of refugees from xenophobic attacks in Cape Town continue, a Somali man disappears after going swimming in False Bay.
Nafcoc in the Western Cape has sent letters to Somali traders who have returned to Khayelitsha, warning them to close their shops or face violence.
The Gauteng government is moving people displaced by xenophobic violence in Johannesburg to one shelter in Glenanda, a spokesperson said on Monday.