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US embassy insists it consulted with SA government before issuing terror alert
US embassy insists it consulted with SA government before issuing terror alert
The United States embassy in Pretoria insisted on Wednesday that it had consulted with the South African government before issuing a terror alert on...
Van Rooyen - Dubai trip was 'private'
Van Rooyen - Dubai trip was 'private'
Before he became minister, Des van Rooyen didn’t have enough money to stay in Dubai for a week, but he had enough to fork out for a quick return...
Tutu lambasts 'lickspittle' government over Dalai Lama visa
Tutu lambasts 'lickspittle' government over Dalai Lama visa
Archbishop Desmond Tutu on Wednesday criticised the government for refusing a visa to Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama.
Dalai Lama cancels trip to SA
Dalai Lama cancels trip to SA
"The [department] has received written confirmation from the office of His Holiness the Dalai Lama in India indicating that His Holiness has...
Dalai Lama visa application undergoing 'due process' - Dirco
Dalai Lama visa application undergoing 'due process' - Dirco
The department of international relations and co-operation (Dirco) has confirmed it has received a visa application from the Dalai Lama. The...
SA government confirms Dalai Lama's visa application
SA government confirms Dalai Lama's visa application
The international relations department on Thursday confirmed that Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama made a visa application in India for...
'We are going home now' - Lesotho PM's aide
'We are going home now' - Lesotho PM's aide
Lesotho’s leaders have agreed to "take steps" to reopen Parliament. This follows an attempted coup by Lesotho’s military over the weekend....
SADC, SANDF and the Lesotho coup that wasn't
SADC, SANDF and the Lesotho coup that wasn't
Foreign ministers of three Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) member states will be discussing the recent events in Lesotho, the...
Elections: Expat voting 'going smoothly'
Elections: Expat voting 'going smoothly'
In spite of concerns that expats voting abroad on Wednesday would be...
Dirco: Expats will be able to vote
Dirco: Expats will be able to vote
South African expatriates will be able to vote on Wednesday, the international relations department said.
SA explains Rwandan diplomats' expulsion
SA explains Rwandan diplomats' expulsion
Proper procedures were followed in the expulsion of Rwandan diplomats from Pretoria, International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane said...
SA women prisoners 'abused' in Mozambique
SA women prisoners 'abused' in Mozambique
Mozambican authorities will be told about reports that South African female prisoners are sexually abused and denied basic necessities in that...

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