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Ndivho ya Luambo

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Youth Month (Vhaswa na u di sikela mishumo)

Youth Month (Vhaswa na u di sikela mishumo): Ri amba na tshiimiswa tsha vhaswa tshi sa shumeli malamba tsha Kha Ri Shume Rothe Community Project tshine tsha thusa vhaswa, ri amba na Tshililo Godfrey Malange ane avha mudzulatshidulo wa tshiimiswa

Listen : Family of Mali hostage McGown speak

After six years in captivity in Mali, South African Stephen McGown has finally been released, government confirmed on Thursday.
Speaking at a briefing in Pretoria, minister for International Relations, Maite Nkoana-Mashabane confirmed McGown was released on Saturday and has arrived back home.
McGown was taken hostage, along with two others, by al-Qaeda in Timbuktu, northern Mali, in November 2011.
Swedish hostage, Johan Gustafsson, was released in June, renewing hopes for McGown’s own release
The third man captured, Dutchman Sjaak Rijke, was freed in April 2015 by French special forces. His wife managed to escape the kidnapping.
A German who tried to resist the abduction was killed.
Numerous video appeals by McGown for assistance from the South African government were released over the years.

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