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(From Business Day (South Africa))
Byline: S Kaye
Cut the nonsense If SA wants to make the best of its temporary seat on the United Nations (UN) Security Council, it should not be drawn into the popular pastime of the third/emerging world of ganging up on the developed world, which would deliver feel-good headlines in local newspapers but deprive SA of international influence.
Nonsensical comments such as the one recently made by SA's ambassador to the UN Our view is that no one should have nuclear weapons, not even America, not the UK, not France, not North Korea will see SA pigeonholed with buffoons such as Hugo Chavez of …