Dirco says it only offers distressed citizens abroad non-financial consular help

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Some South Africans living in China have detailed tales of increasing mental health challenges and income losses as a result of China’s efforts to counter the spread of COVID-19.

JOHANNESBURG - The Department of International Relations and Cooperation said that it would be unrealistic to expect it to pay for flight tickets of South Africans who wished to return home from China amid that country’s continued lockdown restrictions.Increasing COVID-19 cases in the world’s most populous nation and subsequent lockdowns in parts of China have prompted public demonstrations.

Lungi Shiba and Msizi Didi are some of the thousands of this country’s graduates who have moved to China to teach English amid South Africa's increasing unemployment rate."We are being tested every now and again and the results show that we are negative, so why should we continue to be under a lockdown," Shiba said.

Spokesperson at the Department of International Relations and Cooperation, Clayson Monyela, said that they could only offer distressed South Africans abroad non-financial consular assistance.

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