The families of South Africans detained in China are now considering appointing a Human Rights Lawyer to secure their release. The 10 South Africans are part of a group of 20 tourists who were taken into custody on Friday, while in the Chinese province of Inner Mongolia. They were arrested without charge but accused of being linked to a terror group and watching propaganda videos. After the intervention of the consular services, 11 will be released including 5 South Africans. Humanitarian Aid group, Gift of the Givers says the Chinese government plans on charging the remaining 9. Of the 9, 3 are relatives of Vodacom CEO, Shameel Joosub.
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