By Daniel Itai, Johannesburg, South Africa
The Minister of State Security, Ayanda Dlodlo, has said her Ministry is working hard at countering terrorism in the country.
This comes in the wake of sporadic terror attacks that are currently transpiring in the province of Cabo Delgado in Mozambique.
“As a country, we are really worried about what’s transpiring in Mozambique, we have done a lot of work and we are had at work to protect the integrity and sovereignty of our nation in countering terrorism,” said the Minister.
They are mounting calls for the South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa, to intervene in the attacks as he is the current chairperson of the African Union.
However, Ramaphosa has since remained mum, to date, thousands of families have been displaced with hundreds losing their lives due to the insurgencies.