Ramaphosa Says the African Continent Needs Peace Efforts

Written by on 6 October, 2021

By: Bright Ntuli

Southern African Development Community (SADC) Chairperson, President Cyril Ramaphosa, has called for solidarity among leaders to combat acts of terrorism on the African continent.

He has been delivering his opening remarks at the SADC Extraordinary Organ Troika Summit in Pretoria.

The Summit is among other key issues discussing the support for effective operation of the progress and way forward for the SADC Mission in Mozambique and objectives to bring peace and stability in Cabo Delgado in the Republic of Mozambique.

Ramaphosa says while the political and the security situation in the SADC region is relatively peaceful and stable, the region has and continues to experience its share of peace and security challenges.

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