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Saudi Arabian missile attack concerns SA

The South African Government says it is concerned about the attempted missile attack that targeted the Saudi Arabian capital, Riyadh.The attempted missile attack on 25 March 2018 is the third such incident following similar attempts in November and Dec...

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SA to attend NAM meeting

Deputy Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Luwellyn Landers, will this week lead the South African delegation to attend the 18th mid-term ministerial meeting of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM).The meeting will be held in Baku, Republic ...

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Appeal for information on mine-workers’ bus attack

The Department of Mineral Resources has appealed to anyone with information on the bus that was set alight with mine-workers on board, to work with law enforcement agencies, to apprehend those responsible.On Monday evening, six mine-workers died and ot...

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SA calls for Israel Defence Force to withdraw from Gaza Strip

South Africa has reiterated its view that the Israel Defence Force must withdraw from the Gaza Strip and bring to an end the violent and destructive incursions into Palestinian territories.The South African government has strongly condemned the latest ...

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Mineral Resources Committee Extends Condolences to the Families and Friends of Six Deceased Miners in Limpopo

Parliament The Portfolio Committee on Mineral Resources has extended heartfelt condolences to the families, friends and colleagues of the six deceased mine workers, who died when the bus they were driving in was set alight in Driekop, Limpopo.The commi...

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