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SA shoots itself in the foot for abstaining from vote on UN resolution to condemn Russia

Democratic South Africa has always considered itself a non-aligned country. But even that label has its own baggage, as the Non-Aligned Movement – ​​of which we are a member – has sometimes been hostile to the West in the past. In Nelson Mandela’s day, it was relatively easy to navigate that course without harming our national reputation, given its icon status, which gave the country moral authority. Today, while the rest of the world is well aware of our overwhelming corruption and decline in many spheres, South Africa does not have the power…

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