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Passenger traffic to South Africa from bus terminals in Maputo province has fallen markedly because of xenophobic attacks on foreigners in the neighbouring country.
A survey by Radio Moçambique yesterday found empty vehicles awaiting passengers to South Africa lined up at the Ceres and Malhampsene terminals in Matola.
Carriers say that, since the beginning of the attacks in South Africa, demand for transport services has fallen off dramatically, departures having fallen from four to six vehicles to one per day.
This is creating problems for the financial viability of carriers’ operating South Africa routes.Source: Rádio Moçambique
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