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Mozambique floods update

SEARCH and rescue mission continues as some parts of Mozambique experiences intense rainfall and floods. The affected areas include Zambezia, Tete and Niassa. The National Institute for Disaster Management said five people have died, others...

Foreign nationals urged to follow proper procedure when repatriating bodies of relatives

Dex Sibya FOREIGN nationals living in South Africa have been urged to make sure that they follow proper procedures when preparing to repatriate bodies of their relatives who died in the country. This follows a situation...
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Belfast-Machado roadworks on track again

TRANS African Concessions (TRAC) has announced that the major upgrade and rehabilitation of the N4 Toll Route between Belfast and Machadodorp will resume this month. The project was suspended last year due to community unrest. TRAC...
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Francis Hanekom asks government to assist her repatriate her husband’s body  

THE wife of a Mpumalanga businessman Andre Hanekom who died in police custody in Mozambique last week is appealing to the government to assist her to repatriate his body.  Hanekom was arrested in August...

‘South Africans who died in Mozambique should be repatriated soon’

Dex Sibiya MINISTER for International Relations and Cooperation Lindiwe Sisulu has instructed relevant stakeholders to make sure that the four bodies of the South Africans who died in Mozambique are returned home. They died last week...
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