David Cameron and Jacob Zuma disagree on how to handle Libyan situation

Lusanda Bill
18 July 2011

British Prime Minister David Cameron’s visit to South Africa has not helped to settle significant differences between the African Union and the European Union on the situation in Libya.

The troubled North African country took centre stage when Cameron and President Jacob Zuma addressed a joint news conference at the Union Buildings in Pretoria.

Meanwhile, President Zuma sang a different tune, insisting there should be general dialogue.

He says the African Union expects discussions to reveal why Muammar Gaddafi must leave and what happens to him afterwards.


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