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Zuma, Lungu confer on Lesotho crisis

PRESIDENT Lungu (right) being welcomed by his South African counterpart, Jacob Zuma, before they held official talks with the SADC chairperson at State House in Pretoria, South Africa, yesterday. PICTURE: EDDIE MWANALEZA/STATE HOUSE

MWANGALA MUNDIA, Pretoria, South Africa
PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma of South Africa yesterday briefed President Lungu on unrest in Lesotho and the peace process in that country.
The briefing was made during a closed-door meeting between the two leaders hosted by President Zuma, who is also Southern African Development Community (SADC) chairperson.

President Lungu is the chairperson of the Troika, the SADC organ responsible for promoting peace and security in the sub-region.

The SADC convened a Double Troik a Summit of heads of State and Government in Pretoria, South Africa, following the assassination of the commander of the Lesotho Defence Force, Lieutenant General Khoantle Motsomotso on READ MORE

 

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