The first group of 19 English teachers have landed back on South African soil after they were detained in China for several months.
'It's Been a Long Hard Road' - First Group of Scammed SA Teachers Arrive Home From China
News24Wire, 25 June 2018
The first group of 19 South African English teachers have landed back on South African soil after they were detained in China for months. Read more »
Minister Lindiwe Sisulu On Release of South Africans Stranded in Changchun
Govt of SA, 25 June 2018
The Chinese authorities confirmed today that the passports of the group of 51 South Africans stranded in Changchun, China, will be released as from Monday, 25 June 2018. The… Read more »
Left: Foreign Affairs Minister Lindiwe Sisulu. Top-right: South African flag. Bottom-right: Chinese flag.
51 South Africans have been detained by the Chinese government to provide testimony after Owen Wang, who claimed to represent Sanda Youth International, made arrangements for them ... Read more »
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