International Relations and Cooperation Minister Naledi Pandor has expressed shock after the military staged a mutiny in Burkina Faso.
Speaking to the SABC News, Pandor says this is extremely concerning as West Africa has experienced a number of coups.
Her reaction comes after Burkina Faso President Roch Kabore was arrested in Ougadogou.
Pretoria’s top diplomat says this is concerning as West Africa has experienced a number of coups.
The minister remains cautiously optimistic that the next African Union Summit will focus on peace and security.
The International Relations and Cooperation Minister adds that the country is on the path to fix its immigration policy.
Recently, Cabinet discontinued the Zimbabwean Special Permits.
She believes this is going to overhaul the overburdened migration system.
The video below is reporting more on the special permits story: