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South Africa: Zimbabwe Disturbed By Xenophobic Attacks On Its Citizens

South Africa: Zimbabwe Disturbed By Xenophobic Attacks On Its Citizens

Zimbabwe has expressed concern over recent xenophobic attacks in neighbouring South Africa that are said to have affected Zimbabwean nationals. Zimbabwe’s representatives in South Africa urged Zimbabweans in that country to reach out to their offices to get help. Pindula News presents a statement by the Embassy:

The Embassy of the Republic of Zimbabwe in the Republic of South Africa and its Consulates in Cape Town and Johannesburg have received reports of disturbing events that recently took place and affected Zimbabwe nationals in parts of Johannesburg and Lephalale in the Limpopo Province. In these instances, nationals reportedly received threats of unspecified action, including forced eviction, if they did not leave the country by a certain date. The Embassy and the Consulates are aware of the anxiety brought about by the non-renewal of the Zimbabwe Exemption Permits and their termination on 31 December 2022.

The Embassy and the Consulates urge all Zimbabwe nationals in the Republic of South Africa to be vigilant and to be law-abiding. Holders of the Zimbabwe Exemption Permits who choose to remain in the country after 31 December 2022 must start the process of migrating to other visas early. Relevant information is on the website of the Department of Home Affairs.

The Embassy and the Consulates are in regular contact with the relevant South African government representatives on matters concerning the safety of Zimbabweans in South Africa.

In order to assist us to effectively represent you. the Embassy and the Consulates request you to share information with us on the following platforms:

Embassy of Zimbabwe in South Africa

798 Merton Ave

Arcadia 0083

Pretoria

Email: zimpretoria@gmail.com

WhatsApp: .+27 63 712 6156

Zimbabwe Consulate in Johannesburg

13A Boeing Road West Bedfordview

Johannesburg

Whatsapp: +263 828 249 435

Email: admin@zimconsulate.co.za

Facebook: Zimbabwe Consulate in Johannesburg

Zimbabwe Consulate in Cape Town

55 Kuyper Street

Zonnebloem

Cape Town

Whatsapp: +27 67 379 4379 

Email: info@zimconsulatecpt.co.za

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10 Comments

WILLIAM SONBOY CHINEMBIRI 3 months ago

THOSE OF PINDULA.CO.ZW READERS CAN BEAR ME OUT THAT I WROTE TWO ARTICLES WHERE I WAS ASKING WHY ZIMBABWEAN, SOUTH AFRICAN GOVERNMENTS AND THEIR EMBASSIES WERE NOT COMMENTING ON THE GOINGS ON CONCERNING THE IMMIGRANTS IN SOUTH AFRICA.

I AM TODAY PLEASED THAT ZIMBABWEAN EMBASSY HAS FINALLY COME TO THE PARTY.

HERE BACK HOME, GOVERNMENT MUST COMMENT ON WHAT PLANS THEY DO HAVE TO STOP OUR CHILDREN FROM GOING TO SOUTH AFRICA IN SEARCH OF GREENER PASTURES.

YOURS SINCERELY
CDE KUFA KWANGU ZVAROVA
[THE BUSH LAWYER ]


Gogodera 3 months ago

Don't kill people muchatogwa najah jah


PRIDE N 3 months ago

Hwaii gadzidzoke mudanga todzitambira🕵️🕵️🙋🙋


Vybz Kartel 3 months ago

Dzokai kumba munofira mahara sezvo musiri ma Citizen's eko kuno kumba hamushaiye Zanu rekuiita😂😂😂😂😂😂


Makaraba 3 months ago

Zvichanaka chete - yellow ndizvo


WaveOfChange 3 months ago

MaCitizens dzokai kumusha, your lives matters.Dzokai kumusha tibvise Zanu Pf nyika inake


mngane36 3 months ago

Please may they stop attacking our CITIZENS


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Thando 3 months ago

Citizens kkkk


Chikandamina 3 months ago

Ndozvo citizens.


Citizen 3 months ago

Just loved the word *CITIZENS*



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