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Uganda confirms arresting SA citizens

The Times "The South African high commission in Uganda is applying for permission to visit two South Africans held in prison in that country.
South African foreign affairs spokesman Ronnie Mamoepa said on Sunday that the commission would provide the two with consular assistance.
Islamic relief workers Mufti Hussain Bhayat and Haroon Saley were reportedly detained early on Monday last week during a stopover at Entebbe International Airport in Kampala."

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