This week, Naledi Pandor, who is the minister of international relations and corporations in the Republic of South Africa, has been in the news. He has shown how dedicated he is to his job and how much he loves the Republic of South Africa.
A few days ago, Naledi Pandor told a US delegate that the US and EU can't force South Africa to choose between doing business with Russia or the US.
In her opening remarks today, South Africa's Foreign Minister Naledi Pandor told her Zimbabwean counterpart Fredrick Shava that South Africa has a new border agency that will help stop illegal immigration.
She also said that fences can't stop people from coming to Zimbabwe illegally, but that good government can. It seems like Zimbabwe doesn't have good government anymore, and this is now a draw.
Minister of International Relations Naledi Pandor says that South Africa has no plans to help Zimbabweans with special permits who don't want to get a visa or go back home.
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