Zuma sends condolences to Sudan
President Jacob Zuma sent condolences on Monday to the Republic of the Sudan after the deaths of three government ministers and several senior officials in a plane crash.
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#1 Aug 21, 2012
The government of South African should action against those police who had indiscrimenately killed the miner workers. We are in a democratic world, I hope the president will do his best bring those criminal into justice. My prayers are with the families of the miners. May God rest theirs soul in an everlasting peace. Amen.
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