SA Making Nice With Angola

From empty sky Fri Jan 18 2013, 01:00:00

South African President Jacob Zuma is in Angola this week. Zuma's government has been working for the last few of years to strengthen relationships between the two countries as a fuel-hungry South Africa tries to find solutions to its energy needs. Among other things. The two countries are ostensibly working hard together on various treaties and shared priorities (like regional integration). But

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