South African President Cyril Ramaphosa is calling for sanctions on Zimbabwe to be lifted. He said this action will help the country’s shattered economy recover.
Ramaphosa, who is to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos, made a stop-over in Geneva to attend the centennial celebration of the international labor organization.
Ramaphosa said his government is in serious talks with Zimbabwe on how to help it emerge from its economic crisis.
He said this will not be easy to resolve. But he believes Zimbabwe’s economy could begin to recover if the world would lift the sanctions it has imposed.
Ramaphosa is co-chair of the international labor organization’s global commission on the future of work. He is in Geneva for the launch of the report.
Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa has decided to skip the World Economic Forum to attend to problems back home.
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