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Foreign Minister Shava To Travel To South Africa Next Week

Foreign Minister Shava To Travel To South Africa Next Week

Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Frederick Musiiwa Shava will be in South Africa next week for the Mid-Term Review (MTR) of the Third Session of the Bi-National Commission (BNC).

A statement issued by the spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Livit Mugejo, this Friday reads:

The Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Hon. F.M. Shava will lead the Zimbabwean delegation scheduled to travel to Pretoria, South Africa, on 9 August 2022 to attend the Mid-Term Review (MTR) of the Third Session of the Bi-National Commission (BNC) which will be held on 10 August 2022.

The purpose of the MTR is to review progress made in implementing bilateral programmes between the two countries under the BNC framework.

The MTR will also act as a preparatory meeting for the Fourth Session of the BNC which is expected to be held later this year.

The meeting will afford the Ministers the opportunity to discuss pertinent bilateral issues between Zimbabwe and South Africa, including migration, trade relations and the proposed dates for convening the BNC, among other things.

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21 Comments

. 1 week ago

Zimbabweans in whatever form are not welcome in SA. Dudula batai vanhu.


Racapela 1 week ago

C. C. C are just like toothless dogs


., 1 week ago

true C.C.C. dont need teeth to bite the very people whom they pretend to lead, or rape under age orphans, like zanu pf does

Leon 1 week ago

There should be policies to safeguard the lives of people in Diaspora and proper engagement towards migration issues.


Kuke Dhambi 1 week ago

@Leon, munhu ngaatinhiwe zvakagwinya abire gwizi noku kasika achidzoka kuzogadzirisa matakanana ari kumusha kwake first. to****nga zve migration, that is kana pakawanikwa anohoda kudzokera mhiri kwacho kana nyika yanaka

WILLIAM SONBOY CHINEMBIRI 1 week ago

I look forward to hearing that the issue of Zimbabwe Exemption Permit [ ZEP ] is on the agenda.

This is a hot issue to all level headed Zimbabweans in both South Africa and Zimbabwe. Of course there shall be trade related issues, this one of ZEP is going to be at top of the agenda paper.

[ ZIMBABWE AND SOUTH AFRICA MUST REMAIN GOOD NEIGHBOURS AT ALL TIMES ].

[ NGAAPINDE HAKE MUKOMANA CHAMISA ]

[ REGISTER TO VOTE AND VOTE CCC FORWARD REAL CHANGE ].

Yours sincerely
William Sonboy CHINEMBIRI
[ THE BUSH LAWYER ].


Machiavelli 1 week ago

Much as I respect your views @Bush Lawyer, I am of two minds over the ZEP issue. Much as they were anxious about their safety and security in 2008 during the long sleeve/short sleeve period, it behoves of all Zimbabweans putting hands on the wheel , help sort out our perennial political problems together.

A number of people will question whether all people in RSA under ZEP will vote wisely, I am convinced that the vast majority ran away from ZANU hooliganism and will therefore not vote for their tormentors. If there was a diaspora vote, yes, I would say let them stay put.

2023 is definitely a God-sent opportunity to rid ourselves of the tyranny we are toiling under. The economy is know shambles, the majority are suffering, there is a viable alternative in the form of CCC. Any vote against the current regime is desperately needed.

Therefore any additional votes will make rigging a lot more difficult. My plea is that anyone and everyone should put their shoulders to the wheel and help rid us of this tyranny

Mnhanga 1 week ago

Gara pasi iwe.Hapana chaunouya nacho kukwira ndege mahara


Zuze 1 week ago

He will certainly get his handsome Travel and Subsistence Allowance, plus an added bonus of shopping at taxpayers expense, living large in a 5 star hotel... etc. etc. etc.....

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Tk 1 week ago

Muzimba wese ariJonhi ngaadzoke tivhote kana vachizoda havo vodzokera


Maurice 1 week ago

Fredrick, a surviving Willowgate beneficiary. Alutta continua


Zuze 1 week ago

More like A-Looter continua

Terrace Watch 1 week ago

Reminder of the 1980s willovale scandal which took nyagumbos life oh my God kkkkkkkk



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