S. African officials discuss conditions of displaced foreigners

South African officials say they want to improve conditions for the displaced victims of anti-foreigner attacks but do not want the shelters to become permanent. The government has been promising to move people from the police stations, town halls and churches where they have sought refuge. But government spokesman Hlangwani Mulaudzi said Wednesday that no decision has been made on the number or location of the shelters. At least 56 people have been killed and nearly 50,000 foreigners forced from their homes in a wave of attacks on immigrants over the last two weeks.