Minister Pandor Meets with Ambassadors Following Recent Attacks

Publisher: (Johannesburg)
Publication Date:
9 September 2019
Southern Africa, Governance, Legal and Judicial Affairs, Migration

Pretoria is taking every measure to insulate foreigners from harm. That's the assurance given to African ambassadors by International Relations Minister, Naledi Pandor. She says it's vital to create safety and security for foreign missions and their nationals. Pandor was meeting foreign envoys in Pretoria today. Sporadic violence in recent weeks has left 12 people dead. Karabo Masumbuka reports.


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