It’s official, South Africa has earned a seat on the United Nations Security Council. Voting took place at the UN head office in New York today, where South Africa earned a seat as a non-permanent member of the UN council.
Being elected for the third time, South Africa is the only African country as part the council. This is a new dawn for both South Africa and Africa ahead of the government elections in 2019. In her new term as the Foreign Minister of South Africa, LindiweSisulu has a big task ensuring that the African Union and BRICS policies are upheld.