SADC to meet over Mozambique unrest

SADC to meet over Mozambique unrest

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The SADC Troika will be meeting next week to discuss the unrest in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado region. The meeting has been called by Botswana President Mokgweetsi Masisi.

South Africa says it wants to assist in the development of a solution that will secure peace.

It says the South Africa National Defence Force (SANDF) continues to provide support to SA High Commission in Maputo. The Defence Ministry says over 50 South Africans who were reported missing have been accounted for.

In other news – Idols SA Judge Somizi speaks on overcoming hardships

Somizi, who has been open about his tale of coming out stronger after losing it all, recently shared with Metro FM listeners how he was at his lowest but never gave up.


The star recounted how he once auditioned for the South African Music Awards (Samas) ceremony, but smudged his audition brief in the taxi on the way to the venue.  Learn more

Source: eNCA

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