International Relations Minister Naledi Pandor says the Ramaphosa administration is determined to ensure that all people in South Africa are treated equally. She says South Africa owes a debt of gratitude to neighbouring African states that assisted in the battle against Apartheid
Minister Pandor was delivering South Africa’s address to the United Nations General Assembly in New York. She has warned against global inequality and insecurity.
She has also come out strongly against xenophobia and other forms of prejudice across the world – including in South Africa.
“The government of SA strongly condemned these tragic actions. Our country in SA has enjoyed democracy for 25 years and in that time the leaders of the people of SA have constantly acknowledged the immeasurable contribution the people of Africa rendered in support of the struggle against apartheid. We wish to reiterate that SA does not condone any forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerances, “says Pandor.
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