2017 Media Statements

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January 2017

President Zuma sends condolences to Afghanistan and the United Arab Emirates following the death of five diplomats in Afghanistan


Developments in The Gambia following Presidential Elections


President Zuma sends condolences to Germany following former Federal President Herzog’s death

2017/01/11 Address by Deputy Minister Mfeketo during the Back to School Program at Bonga Primary School, 11 January 2017, Gugulethu, Cape Town

Right Of Reply: South Africa Is NOT Abdicating Its Role As A Stabilising Force In Africa, The Huffington Post SA, 11 January 2017

2017/01/10 South African Government condemns attack on Israeli soldiers in Jerusalem

President Zuma sends condolences to Portugal following former President Mário Soares’ death


President Zuma sends condolences on the passing of former President of Iran Ayatollah Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani


Conclusion Statement on the Working Visit to South Africa by His Excellency President Brahim Ghali, President of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic hosted by President Jacob Zuma


President Zuma to host the President of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic on a Working Visit

2016/01/05 Independence of Western Sahara is an inalienable right, by Maite Nkoana-Mashabane, Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Daily Maverick, 4 January, 2017
2016/01/02 Foreign visits must be coordinated and seek to advance South Africa's foreign policy and national interests
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