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A statement from Zimbabwe's government has apparently been addressed to Zimbabweans who are abroad and may be the victims of xenophobia. Zimbabwe's government has indicated its desire to help any Zimbabweans who have been targeted by xenophobic violence by foreign people, according to the Chronicle news. Government officials have also allegedly stated that Zimbabwean nationals are still welcome to return home.

Mr. Nick Mangwana, the permanent secretary in the department of Information, Publicity, and Broadcasting Services, made these facts known to the public.

Bulawayo, Zimbabwe's second city, is where he delivered the speech on Tuesday.

He voiced alarm over the attacks on Africans by other Africans, according to reports. Continued his statement about wanting to help the destitute Zimbabweans who may be the target of xenophobia wherever.

If you're a Zimbabwean living in South Africa and have concerns about xenophobia, you're encouraged to contact the Zimbabwean Embassy.

He further stated that people in South Africa who required assistance could contact the Zimbabwean Embassy in South Africa.

South African xenophobia has reportedly targeted Zimbabwean nationals, including the recently deceased Elvis Nyathi.

Assailants reportedly demanded a passport that Nyathi did not have before brutally killing him.

Zimbabwe's government has a larger responsibility to provide a favorable climate for its citizens and not force them out of the nation.. To avoid having to go to South Africa or other countries in search of essential supplies, the government must keep the price of these items under control.

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