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Kabila vows ‘peaceful, credible’ DR Congo vote at UN

The Democratic Republic of the Congo has not known a peaceful transition of power since independence from Belgium in 1960

Marriage of convenience: Can SA unite the UN Security Council and the AU?

Lindiwe Sisulu has lauded South Africa’s recent election to the UNSC as an opportunity to enhance close co-operation between the council and Africa.

Myanmar leader has cancelled trip to UN General Assembly

Aung San Suu Kyi's deputy will attend the UN general assembly to respond to questions on the Rohingya Muslims.

UN Security Council undemocratic, says Zuma

The United Nations Security Council remains undemocratic, unrepresentative and unfair to developing nations and small states, says President Zuma.

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