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How one man and his cellphone in Canada rescued a group of Africans stuck in China because of the coronavirus pandemic
by David McKenzie and Brent Swails, CNN
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11 August 2020
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Even for 2020, with its once-in-a-generation global pandemic and the countless travel bans that have followed, this rescue mission seems a bit far-fetched. To get around 100 South Africans and a couple of dozen Zimbabwean students out of China, it would take Air Zimbabwe's only functioning aircraft, and diplomatic channels in embassies across the world -- all orchestrated from a dining room table in Canada by one man, armed only with a cellphone.
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'It is me. Me alone and my phone. I am new in Canada, so they don't give me much phone credit here,' laughed Tertius Myburgh -- a South African commercial pilot who lives in New Brunswick.
But that phone -- and its limited credit -- represented the last hope for so many stranded in China.
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