'The secrecy with which President Jacob Zuma and Minister Mapisa-Nqakula visited Saudi Arabia is concerning' 600 cops in security operation for ANC manifestoPolice acting as security guards for VIP delegates and for 'crowd control' at Nelson Mandela Bay StadiumThe Presidency has confirmed that South Africa is involved in a joint military venture with Saudia Arabia.It has also confirmed that President Jacob Zuma attended the opening of a military facility during his recent visit to the kingdom.“The Presidency wishes to confirm that during a State Visit by President Jacob Zuma to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia‚ President Zuma and Deputy Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman‚ who is also the Minister of Defence of Saudi Arabia‚ undertook a tour of the Military Industries Corporation facilities‚ operated by Rheinmetall Denel Munition‚ in which South Africa’s Denel holds a 49% stake‚” said Presidency spokesman Bongani Majola..He said the visit sought to promote South Africa’s defence military in...

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