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The Maguaza Transit Centre in the Moamba district of Maputo province, which was set up to shelter Mozambicans fleeing xenophobic violence in neighbouring South Africa, is closing today.
In all, 138 people from various parts of the neighbouring country were temporarily accommodated in the centre, which is owned by the National Institute for Mozambican Communities Abroad (INACE), following violent protests targeting foreigners.
The incumbents left the centre on Friday afternoon in government-hired vehicles taking them to different parts of Maputo, Gaza, Inhambane, Manica and Sofala provinces.
The centre is closing because no more Mozambicans have registered an interest in returning to Mozambique.
A multi-sectoral remains at the centre ready to respond to any citizens wishing to return to the country, the director of Prevention and Mitigation at the National Institute for Disaster Management (INGC), César Tembe, explained.Source: Rádio Moçambique
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