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Stop Attacks(Opening the doors of learning and culture from Cape to Cairo)

Minister: Bathabile Olive Dlamini
Deputy Minister: Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu
Deputy Minister
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President cancels visit to Indonesia to attend to domestic matters Print E-mail
Monday, 20 April 2015
President Jacob Zuma has cancelled his visit to Indonesia in order to attend to matters at home relating to the attacks on foreign nationals.

President Zuma was due to leave for Indonesia this evening 18 April 2015 for a State Visit and to attend the Africa-Asia Summit and the commemoration of the historic summit in Bandung, Indonesia in 1955 which brought together Africa and Asia to push forward the struggle for liberation and self-determination.



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Statement by President Jacob Zuma to the National Assembly on the violence in Kwazulu-Natal directed at foreign nationals Print E-mail
Friday, 17 April 2015

 Honourable Speaker,
Honourable Deputy Speaker,
Honourable Deputy President,
Honourable Members,
Fellow South Africans,

During the past week we have witnessed shocking and unacceptable incidents of violence directed at foreign nationals in some parts of KwaZulu-Natal, which has now spread to some parts of Gauteng. Similar incidents had taken place in Soweto in January.

No amount of frustration or anger can ever justify the attacks on foreign nationals and the looting of their shops.

We condemn the violence in the strongest possible terms. The attacks violate all the values that South Africa embodies, especially the respect for human life, human rights, human dignity and Ubuntu.

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Oral presentation Print E-mail
Wednesday, 15 April 2015

South Africa’s Statement to the 48th Session of the UN Commission on Population and Development

Presented  by 

Ms Bathabile Dlamini, MP
Minister of Social Development
Republic of South Africa

New York, 13-17 April 2015


“Realising the future we want” Integrating population issues into sustainable development, including in the post-2015 development agenda

Chairperson and distinguished delegates,
Ladies and Gentlemen

Madame Chairperson, this is a summarised version of the written country statement which has already been submitted to the secretariat.

I have the honour to address the 49th Session of the Commission on Population and Development on behalf of the Republic of South Africa. I would also like to congratulate the newly elected Members of the Bureau and to assure you of our continued support during your tenure.

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