Zimbabwean Foreign Affairs Minister Frederick Musiiwa Makamure Shava will lead a delegation to Pretoria on Wednesday.
Shava will meet with the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (Dirco) Minister Naledi Pandor.
The topics to be discussed include a mid-term review of the Bi-National Commission (BNC).
At the recent African National Congress (ANC) National Policy Conference, the party’s International Relations Subcommittee chairperson, Lindiwe Zulu, said it was in South Africa’s interest to have a stable Zimbabwe.
“We must be able to continuously and consistently raise the issue of peace and stability in Zimbabwe. Particularly, we are affected a lot with people crossing over to South Africa and we have a strong relationship with the Zanu-PF . There mustn’t be difficulty in engaging,” said Zulu.
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Pandor hosts US Secretary of State
Meanwhile, on Monday, Pandor hosted the United States (US) Secretary of State Antony Blinken during the South Africa-United States Strategic Dialogue in Pretoria.
The two countries enjoy historic and cordial relations.
The dialogue is a platform through which the two countries review their bilateral relationship, consider new areas of cooperation and exchange views on matters of mutual interest.
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