Ramaphosa concludes 4th visit to Lesotho
During his fourth visit, Ramaphosa met with King Letsie III & PM Thomas Chabane amongst others.
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- Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa
- Lesotho Prime Minister Thomas Thabane
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JOHANNESBURG - Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa's coming home from Lesotho today having concluded yet another visit as the Southern African Development Community (SADC) facilitator to the mountain kingdom.
His office says Ramaphosa will be back in Maseru later this week.
He's been tasked with helping to bring stability back to Lesotho after a failed coup.
During his fourth visit heading the SADC Ramaphosa saw King Letsie III and Prime Minister Thomas Chabane.
He also had meetings with Deputy Prime Minister Mothejoa Metsing, European Union ambassador and members of the Independent Electoral Commission.
He is in the business to restoring stability to Lesotho in terms of the Maseru facilitation declaration.
This was signed by Lesotho's political players following an August coup attempt that forced Thabane to seek shelter in South Africa.