Mozambican Miners Return to South Africa as COVID-19 Blockade Lifts | Voice of America


GENEVA, SWITZERLAND – The International Organization for Migration reports South Africa has lifted its COVID-19 blockade, allowing thousands of Mozambican miners to cross the border and return to work.

Borders between South Africa and Mozambique have been closed since March. This has created economic hardships for the families of an estimated 28,000 Mozambican miners. They have been unable to cross the border to work in South Africa and send remittances to support their families.

Spokesman for the International Organization for Migration, Paul Dillon told VOA an agreement worked out…



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