South Africa Refuses to Back U.S. Decision on Venezuelan Govt
Speaking to the United Nations Security Council, Ambassador Jerry Matjila has said the South African government is "deeply concerned" by developments in Venezuela after the U.S. government recognised Juan Guaido as president despite Nicolas Maduro being the incumbent.
South Africa: SA Concerned At Developments in Venezuela
SAnews.gov.za, 27 January 2019
South Africa has expressed concern at attempts to unconstitutional changes to the government of Venezuela. Read more »
South Africa: SA 'Turning a Blind Eye' to Venezuela's Agony?
Daily Maverick, 28 January 2019
On 26 January 2019, the Security Council of the United Nations held a special session to discuss recent events in Venezuela. Of the 15 member countries of this body, only four… Read more »
Protesters in Venezuela.
News24Wire, 26 January 2019
Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Lindiwe Sisulu said South Africa recognises Nicolas Maduro as the rightful leader of Venezuela and would use its vote in the UN… Read more »