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APA-Pretoria (South Africa) — South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has dispatched envoys to African countries to cool their tempers over his country’s xenophobic attacks against their nationals in the past two weeks, APA learnt on Monday.

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APA-Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) — Saudi Arabian authorities have pledged to provide the necessary assistance and protection to Ethiopian citizens working in their country.

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APA-Kampala (Uganda) — Kampala has Monday committed to studying a list prepared by Rwanda of the names of its citizens it says are being detained in Uganda and ensure they are subjected to due judicial process.

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APA-Yaoundé (Cameroon) — Cameroon's president Paul Biya, on Monday outlined the main themes of the national dialogue slated for late September which is expected to put paid to the secessionist crisis in its English-speaking regions.

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APA- Lilongwe (Malawi) — South Africa’s xenophobic violence has negatively affected trading activities between Malawi and her more developed neighbour South Africa, an official confirmed in Lilongwe on Monday.

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APA-Nouakchott (Mauritania) — The Mauritanian government has condemned Saturday’s attacks on Saudi oil installations, a statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation in Nouakchott said on Monday.

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