ANTHONI VAN NIEUWKERK | SA's foreign policy: a unity government must be practical in a turbulent world

The key will be strong ethical leadership to play a credible ‘middle power’ role in global affairs

23 June 2024 - 21:20 By Anthoni van Nieuwkerk

As South Africa navigates fundamental political change (, it faces stark choices on foreign policy posture and priorities. The change has been brought about by the ANC's loss of electoral majority, forcing it into a unity government (

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