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Watch: Hundreds Of Ethiopians Turned Away From FNB Stadium

South Africa is hosting many Ethiopian nationals as refugees and asylum seekers.The Ethiopians residing in south africa went out in numbers to go and watch a very important football clash between Ethiopia and South Africa.These two nations played their first leg of 2022 FIFA world cup qualifiers match in Ethiopia in the past weekend.South Africa collected three points from Ethiopia after beating them by three goals to one and maintained the top spot of the group.The ethiopians are looking forward to level the matters and claim the three crucial points from south africa and keep their dream of participating in the 2022 FIFA world cup tournament that will be held in Qatar.The South African government had on monday announced that the fans will for the first time after 18 months be allowed to attend a live football matches,this conditional announcement required that the attendees are vaccinated for the global pandemic (novel coronavirus).Only two thousand vaccinated fans were allowed into the stadium.Hundreds of fans of which majority were the Ethiopians were denied access to the stadium due to the fact that they didn't have the tickets.The people are so missing attending the live sports matches,it has been too long enough to endure for the sports fanatics,but things are slowly going back to normal as the government sped up the vaccination programmes.

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