South African International Relations Minister Naledi Pandor was met by SABC's Sherwin Bryce-Pease on the issue of the ANC's legislature with Zimbabwe's ZANU PF. The Government is locked in with the Government of Zimbabwe, not exactly at Government level, we likewise host gathering to party, we've started conversations, you're I'm certain mindful that the Government of Zimbabwe and its overseeing party are stating there are not issues in their nation and we are contending that really there are troubles since
According to Mzansi journalist, Sherwin Bryce Pease, Honolulu Police shared the link with bodycam video of interaction that led to the shooting death of Lindani Myeni at the hands of police. Police maintain they were in a fight for their lives, watch video and decide for yourself here Meanwhile, several South Africans are saying the South African Government needs to demand answers from the US Government. The bodycam footage from the police is not convincing. Lindani was walking in the street when he was pointed
Zimbabwe Crisis: There is Little South Africa Can Do, Naledi Pandor For anyone who thought South Africa might try to make a difference in Zimbabwe in the face of both political and economic crisis going on the country, the South Africa International Relations minister, Naledi Pandor says only little should be expected when it comes to South Africa’s intervention. The minister was speaking with the SABC News UN Bureau Chief, Sherwin Bryce-Pease. Although, ANC leaders led by its Secretary-General Ace Magashule
On Monday we will mark the woman international woman's day, u der the theme 'woman in leadership' achieving an equal future in a Covid-19 world.
The Kremlin is seeking an apology from the United States after President Joe Biden said he believed that Russian President Vladimir Putin was a killer, Biden was speaking in an ABC interview responding in an affirmative "I do" when asked if he believed that the Russian President was a killer.
U.S Federal health agencies are recommending a pause in the administration of the single dose Johnson and Johnson Covid-19 vaccine in the country to allow them time to further investigate incidents of blood clots developing In a joint statement the food and drug administration and the centres for deseas control said it was investigating blood clots in six woman after they had recieved the single dose shot.