Minister Didiza seeks meeting with Botswana counterpart

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Spokesperson Reggie Ngcobo says Minister Didiza has taken concern of the restrictions on imports which have been extended by the Botswana Government. Minister Didiza’s concern is about the negative impact this will have on bilateral trade between the two countries. The minister will seek an urgent meeting with her Botswana’s counterpart in order to raise her concerns and further listen to her colleague on what may be the underlying concerns that has made Botswana to take this move.
5 Dec 2023 10AM Afrikaans South Africa News · Earth Sciences

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