Zuma says he will never support a regime change in Botswana
By Lelethu Mquqo
14 September 2011
President Jacob Zuma says he will never support a regime change in Botswana, as was suggested by members of the ANC Youth League earlier this month.
Zuma told Parliament that government has elevated its relations with Botswana over the last year.
He maintains that relations between the two are set to go from strength to strength.
Meanwhile, International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane says South Africa is sticking to the African Union roadmap on the Libyan conflict.
She once again called for the speedy resolution of the armed conflict in the country.
The Minister says this can only be achieved through the establishment of an all-inclusive, democratic authority, elected by the majority of Libyans.