Details of repatriation from SA to Zim from the Zimbabwean Embassy. The situation in South Africa is not favourable to many foreigners at the moment, due to this COVID-19 pandemic. In Africa South Africa is the nation-leading with the highest number of both positive cases and deaths as well. To date, the country has recorded in 6336 cases and 123 deaths.
This has forced some citizens living within the country to consider going to their respective countries. Among the many who are going back are Zimbabweans. We know Zimbabweans are the highest number of foreigners in South Africa.
So they are also going home because the lockdown has slowed the economy for the country, most Zimbabweans in the country depended on the money which they gained by operating o a day to day basis. With the lockdown its no longer possible anymore hence they are going back home.
The Zimbabwean government has been helping its citizens to return home since the country began its lockdown process. The main Zimbabwean Embassy headquarters in Pretoria has been helping out a lot. Yesterday they released some information on those who are willing to go home on a self-repatriation gesture were they will be paying for themselves bus fares to go back home.
This process is not being forced it is done according to the will of the one who wants to go back home willingly. The pictures below contain the information on how one can go through the whole process to go back home.
Source – MbareTimes
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