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Südafrika

10. Januar 2019

PRESIDENT RAMAPHOSA CONGRATULATES PRESIDENT OF VENEZUELA H.E. MR MADURO FOLLOWING HIS INAUGURATION

The President of South Africa, President Cyril Ramaphosa congratulates H.E. Nicolas Maduro Moros of Venezuela following his inauguration for a Second Term, today, Thursday, 10 January 2019. 

 

The National Electoral...

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Südafrika

09. Januar 2019

PRESIDENT RAMAPHOSA CONGRATULATES NEWLY ELECTED PRESIDENT OF MADAGASCAR

President Cyril Ramaphosa has congratulated Madagascar for running a successful peaceful run-off presidential election which has seen Mr Andry Rajoelina emerging as the president of the country.

President Ramaphosa wished President Elect Mr Rajoelina...

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Südafrika

09. Januar 2019

MEDIA STATEMENT FOLLOWING A MEETING BETWEEN PRESIDENT CYRIL RAMAPHOSA AND PRESIDENT EDGAR LUNGU

Today 9th January 2019, H.E. President Cyril Ramaphosa received H.E. President Lungu of the Republic of Zambia and the SADC Chairperson for the Organ on Politics, Defense, and Security Cooperation who is on a working visit to South Africa.

During their...

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Südafrika

07. Januar 2019

SOUTH AFRICA CONDEMNS ATTEMPTED MILITARY COUP D’ÉTAT IN GABON

South Africa has noted with grave concern the attempted coup d’état undertaken in the Republic of Gabon this morning (07 January 2019) by elements of the military.

South Africa condemns in the strongest possible terms the attempted coup to overthrow the...

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Südafrika

02. Januar 2019

PEACE AND STABILITY IN AFRICA A PRIORITY AS SOUTH AFRICA JOINS THE UN SECURITY COUNCIL

Ndivhuwo Mabaya

South Africa has as of January 1, 2019 taken up its seat as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) for a two-year term, following the country's successful election to this principal organ on June 8, 2018....

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Südafrika

01. Januar 2019

NEW YEAR MESSAGE 2019 BY PRESIDENT CYRIL RAMAPHOSA

Fellow South Africans,

As we celebrate the dawn of a new year, we look back on 2018 as a year that marked a new beginning in our shared effort to build a better South Africa.

It was a year in which our nation drew closer together...

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Südafrika

12. Dezember 2018

SOUTH AFRICA WELCOMES THE RESUMPTION OF PEACE TALKS ON THE SITUATION IN THE WESTERN SAHARA

South Africa welcomes the recently concluded first round of negotiations held on 5-6 December 2018 in Geneva, Switzerland on the situation in Western Sahara.

Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Lindiwe Sisulu, welcomed these positive developments...

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