South Africa by-passes Malawi on xenophobic attacks apologies

Capital Hill in Lilongwe has confirmed that South Africa has not lined up Malawi as one of the countries to get apologies for xenophobic attacks of its people ad drum up continental solidarity.

Shumba : We have not been contacted

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation spokesperson Rejoice Chaponda Shumba said the South African government has not communicated with Lilongwe on the matter.

“We have not been contacted on the peace messages,” said Shumba.

South Africa says a team of special envoys appointed by president Cyril Ramaphosa have begun a tour of some African countries to deliver messages of solidarity to heads of state and governments over the xenophobic attacks.

The team is visiting Nigeria, Niger, Ghana, Senegal, Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Zambia.

“The special envoys will brief governments in the identified African countries about the steps that the South African government is taking to bring a stop to the attacks and to hold the perpetrators to account,” presidential spokesperson Khusela Diko.

Diko says South Africa is committed to the ideals of pan-African unity and solidarity as well as well commitment to the rule of law.

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Mike
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Rejoice will you marry me pls?

Gogo
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Gogo

WE DID NOTHING WHEN OUR RELATIVES WERE SUFFERING…

Karim Mbava ya Chimwenye
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Ramaphosa can only apologise to countries where he has business interest. He has mines in Congo, Oil in Nigeria. He will apologise to us when Mr Tepex will sell lake Malawi to save the drought in Cape town and some parts of SA.

Wilfred
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Wilfred

Kkkkkk

Kalekeni Kanene
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Kalekeni Kanene

Malawi is too poor, Hence South Africa cannot apologise to her. Remember Zumas comments on the state of roads in Malawi. Apepesaponji apa. Kkkk

Ibu M'balaka
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Ibu M'balaka

When you’re people, nobody Sees you.

Winston Msowoya
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Winston Msowoya

A GOOD INDIAN OR PAKISTANISE is that who is 100 ft deep.Of the late,these two nationals,are the most corrupt human beings on earth and Africa the most victim in a sense that the so-called leaders are greedy and money mongers ready to sell their countries for a few dollars so long as their families are eating good,sleeping good,buying dissent cars to drive here and there showing the poor people that they are the ones who own the land.Pakistanise and their brothers Indians,are the most CORRUPT on earth.KUDOS to IDD AMiN DADA who showed them the way out of UGANDA otherwise… Read more »

Kanyimbi
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Kanyimbi

RSA ingapepetse mbava ife? Kulibe boma loti alipepetse ngakhale anthu ake athawira ku Landera Camp.

Falliot
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Falliot

Malawi is the best friend of South Africa, and its friendship can not be erased by attacks happening in RSA, its just like civil war for Malawians and South Africans, Malawians and Sourh Africans lives in harmony with south africans… As Malawi, we canot be buying favours in south africa just because, we as africans helped south africa to fight apartheid , RSA governmeNt should be able to implement policies that can lift its people out of poverty.. Hence If south africa is apologizing to some countries , we Should also Ask what are those people doing with south africans… Read more »

Blessings
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Tell them

NYOKO
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No can apologize to Mr Tip ex …

Winston Msowoya
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Winston Msowoya

South Africans are right to isolate Malawians for their trichoulous crimes against South Africans during the liberation struggle to free themselves from the obnoxious APATHEID human beings had ever experienced on earth.Mind you,Malawi was the only hub of South Africa’s oppression scandal to the extent that Malawi kept an Embassy of the brutal nation that our planet had ever seen.Malawi became the platform for the boer’s onslaught while the rest of Africa,supported our South African brothers and sisters.Not only Malawi supported the satanic boers it went as far as supporting brutal Portuguese who colonized Mozambique,Angola and Sau Tome.This sellout,excluded the… Read more »