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Europe · Berlin

South Africa, Germany discuss need for peaceful Ukraine war resolution

62% Center coverage: 13 sources
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz meets with South African President Cyril Ramaphosa. The two leaders said they will also consider developments on the African continent. South Africa has taken a neutral stance on the conflict, refusing to condemn Russia's actions. Another topic to be discussed is South Africa's intention to reduce its dependence on coal-fired power plants.See the Story
Cyril Ramaphosa · South Africa

South Africa's Ramaphosa: Russia Sanctions Hurt 'Bystander' Countries

67% Center coverage: 3 sources
South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa says "bystander countries" are suffering due to sanctions against Russia. He spoke as German Chancellor Olaf Scholz visited South Africa on the final leg of a trip to the continent to rally diplomatic support for Ukraine. The African Union is preparing a mission to foster dialog between Moscow and Kyiv.See the Story
Cyril Ramaphosa · South Africa

Ramaphosa: Russia sanctions hurt 'bystander' countries

100% Right coverage: 2 sources
South Africa has close historical ties with Moscow due to the Soviet Union's support for the anti-apartheid struggle. The European Union has aggressively pursued sanctions and a severing of economic ties in a bid to punish Moscow for its military operations in Ukraine. The conflict has damaged Ukraine's ports and agricultural infrastructure, likely to limit its agricultural production for years.See the Story
Cyril Ramaphosa · South Africa

‘There are no buyers for vaccines produced in Africa,’ Ramaphosa tells German Chancellor Scholz

100% Right coverage: 3 sources
President Cyril Ramaphosa hosted German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on an official visit. The two leaders discussed increased trade relations, German companies investing in South Africa and Russia's war in Ukraine. Germany is South Africa's second largest trading partner with the country being home to around 600 German companies.See the Story
Cyril Ramaphosa

Advisor to German Chancellor Olaf Scholz suffers medical scare during Union Buildings visit | News24

67% Right coverage: 3 sources
A German official suffered a health scare during the official visit of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz to the Union Buildings in Pretoria on Tuesday. The official, identified only as ScholZ's advisor, appeared unable to stand upright and was assisted by a member of his delegation. The reason for his apparent ill-health is unclear at this stage.See the Story
Cyril Ramaphosa · Ukraine

Ukraine war tops talks between Ramaphosa and German counterpart

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
The war in Ukraine appears to have been at the top of the agenda during President Cyril Ramaphosa and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s meeting on Tuesday,See the Story
Cyril Ramaphosa · South Africa

‘Women and children are being killed like flies’: Contralesa calls for a referendum on the death penalty

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Contralesa president Chief Lameck Mokoena said the death penalty should be reinstated to stop the killing of women and children. He claimed many perpetrators of the crimes are former convicts. South Africans should be allowed to vote in a referendum, he said.See the Story
Cyril Ramaphosa

Daily news update: Joburg tariff increases, Moeletsi Mbeki roasts Ramaphosa and Zuma medical parole

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Here’s your morning news update: An easy-to-read selection of our top stories. Stay up to date with The Citizen – More News, Your Way.See the Story
Cyril Ramaphosa

ANALYSIS: How low can they all go, Mr President? The case of the still unbreakable Mr Mbalula

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Despite Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula's lying, bombast and generally weird behaviour, Ramaphosa is not moving against him. Neither has the president moved against Tourism Minister Lindiwe Sisulu, who actually accused him of lying. This suggests that, for the moment, there are important boundaries to Ramaphoso's power.See the Story

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