Muammar Gaddafi was killed by rebel forces in Libya on 20 October 2011. Much like when Osama bin Laden died, there is a sense of euphoria – particularly in Libya. Gruesome photos and videos of his death were splashed across the media.
Jacob Zuma has been out of South Africa during the disciplinary hearing of ANCYL leader Julius Malema. Zuma also boycotted the Friends of Libya summit in Paris on the grounds that he didn’t believe the UN no fly resolution would actually involve what it did in practical terms. Read this post to answer all your questions about why this might have happened.
Jacob Zuma says no to military intervention on Libya, but what should South Africa’s position be in relation to such African crises. Will Muammar Gaddafi simply step down because of an AU panel discussion?
The burning of Mohamed Bouazizi triggered a wave of revolutions across Islamic countries in North Africa and the Middle East. It resulted in the ousting of the presidents of both Tunisia and Egypt and the effect is far from over – regimes in Iran, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and many more countries are also under threat now.
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