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South African President calls for travel bans to be 'urgently' lifted

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South African President Cyril Ramaphosa calls for travel bans to be "urgently" lifted "before further damage is done to our economy". Several countries have implemented travel restrictions to South Africa and other African countries in an attempt to stop the spread of the new Covid variant Omicron. SOUNDBITE

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