All SA detainees in China on their way home
Twenty people, including 10 South Africans, were arrested in Inner Mongolia more than a week ago.
JOHANNESBURG - The five remaining South Africans arrested in China are expected to arrive home today.
Eyewitness News revealed last week that ten South Africans had been detained in Inner Mongolia on suspicion of watching propaganda videos.
Twenty people, including British and Indian nationals, were arrested.
The first group of South Africans arrived on Friday.
Family members of Vodacom CEO Shameel Joosub were among the South African detained.
Joosub has confirmed the group will arrive home today but has declined to give any further details.
Humanitarian group Gift of the Givers says the 10 South Africans were suspected of having terror links and watching propaganda videos in their hotel rooms
There has been no official confirmation on why the group was detained in China and it is hoped more details will emerge this week.
Gift of the Givers says it is happy and relieved that the South African have been released.