South Africa Says It Can Only Intervene In Zimbabwe On Mnangagwa’s Invitation Not The Opposition
18 September 2020
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Paul Nyathi

South African International Relations Minister Naledi Pandor says South Africa’s intervention in Zimbabwe can only happen at the request of the Government of Zimbabwe.

She was speaking in an exclusive interview with the SABC’s ahead of the United Nations General Assembly’s High Level meeting which begins on Monday next week.

Pandor was responding to a question about why South Africa was comfortable speaking up about the human rights situations in places like Western Sahara or Palestine – but not Zimbabwe.

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