The attack on Palma was considered one of the worst acts of Islamist militancy in southern Africa. AFP/Adrian Barbier
JOHANNESBURG - Acting Minister in the Presidency, Khumbudzo Ntshaveni, says no South Africans are stuck in Mozambique.
The minister says it is unclear how many South Africans are still in the neighbouring country, but they remain there out of their own free will.
Terror attacks in the Cabo Delgado province caused many people to flee their homes while many others lost their lives.
One South African man was killed while trying to flee an attack in Palma.