Minister of Cooperative Governance & Traditional Affairs Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma has been sworn-in as Mzansi’s acting president. This comes after both president Cyril Ramaphosa and deputy David Mabuza embark on their international working visits.
Ramaphosa is in Brazil to attend the 11th BRICS summit, while Mabuza is in Uganda for South Sudan consultations.
Ramaphosa is leading the South African delegation to the 11th BRICS Summit to be held from 13 – 14 November 2019.
Minister of Cooperative Governance & Traditional Affairs Dr Nkosazana @DlaminiZuma is sworn-in as Acting President of the Republic of South Africa, as both President @CyrilRamaphosa and Deputy President @DDMabuza embark on international working visits. pic.twitter.com/LBZ7U38wcn
— PresidencyZA (@PresidencyZA) November 13, 2019
https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.jsIn a statement on Wednesday, deputy president spokesperson Matshepo Seedat said there was progress made towards the total resolution of conflict and bringing stability in South Sudan.
South Africa has been providing support to all efforts meant to enhance the complete implementation of the Revitalized Agreement on South Sudan in line with the responsibilities of the Special Envoy,” said Seedat in a statement.
In other news – Dr Musa Mthombeni involved in car Accident
Just 5 days after welcoming his little red riding hood, Dr Musa Mthombeni was involved car accident. On Saturday, a drunk driver crashed into the media personality’s brand new Volvo.
Narrating the incident, Musa explains that the driver crashed into his car and a Metro police officer’s 2-day-old car. Clearly this guy had it in for new cars. Thankfully, nobody got injured. Read more