SA’s mission is to help Africa assert its global role

New foreign minister Ronald Lamola spells out how he sees the country’s place in the changing world

07 July 2024 - 00:00 By RONALD LAMOLA

South Africa is now a melting pot of culture, language and life, showcasing sovereignty and history alongside continuity and change. As the cradle of humankind, South Africa has remained strategically important. Even after the new world emerged after the end of the Cold War, the birth of a new South Africa symbolised a future of hope, peace, and possibility...

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