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SA still holds neutral stance on Russian-Ukraine war, says Ramaphosa

President Cyril Ramaphosa has told German Chancellor Olaf Scholz that South Africa maintains a neutral position on the war between Russia and Ukraine.

Ramaphosa made this statement during a press briefing with Scholz on Tuesday at the Union Buildings in Pretoria.

The president said in order for the conflict to come to an end, a call for cessation of hostilities would be a better tool to be used.

We are where we are as a nation, as a country, as a result of dialogue, negotiations and collaboration between belligerent entities. We were pitted against each other in the apartheid regime, but it was only through negotiations that brought an end to the conflict.”

Scholz is in South Africa to discuss bilateral and global concerns including ways to enhance cooperation in areas like energy and climate change.


In other news – Trouble in paradise: Pregnant Londie London moves out of the house as husband gets another lady pregnant

South African businessman Hlubi Nkosi is allegedly expecting a child with Phumla M while his partner, reality star and singer Londie London is carrying their second child.

Londie London

A local publication reports that Londie London has moved out of the home she shared with the father of her child, Hlubi Nkosi – amid allegations of there being trouble in the relationship. Londie announced that she was pregnant with her second child on the Real Housewives of Durban (RHOD) reunion which aired on Showmax on 6 May. Learn More

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