President Cyril Ramaphosa is currently in Nigerian on a State Visit and he will also attend the 10th Bi-National Commission. He will also visit other West African countries, Ghana, Senegal and others tries to promote African Unity and promotion of free trade within the continent.
"I am concerned out of due respect to them, I mean they have their own reasons, but we would like to have a discussion with them. We would prefer that they do not react like our former colonisers who are very quick to close Africa down," President Ramaphosa said after some African countries banned travel to South Africa. America and UK did that following the outbreak of the new Corona virus, omicron, varient in South Africa. President Ramaphosa though he tried to be political correct and calls their action unfortunately. His argument was that this might be unscientific.
Rwanda, Mauritius, Seychelles and Egypt are 4 countries that followed the suit of their colonisers and imposed travel restrictions against Southern Africans.
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