Namibia urges vigilance after SA attacks

03 September 2019 | Africa

The Namibian High Commission in South Africa has issued an advisory, urging countrymen and women in and around the Gauteng Province to be vigilant following a spate of looting and attacks on foreigners in Johannesburg. “In light of the current violent unrests, the High Commission would like to strongly request all Namibians in the Gauteng Province to remain vigilant at all times and avoid all hotspots around Gauteng until the situation is calm,” High Commissioner Veiccoh Nghiwete wrote. “Some of the no-go zones includes Pretoria CBD, Marabastad, Johannesburg CBD, Hillbrow, Turfontein, Jappestown, Malvern and Tembisa, recently Sunnyside is reported to have been somewhat affected.”
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