Interference in SA’s internal affairs not new

READER LETTER | Interference in SA’s internal affairs not new

2022-01-28 01:38:00 PM

READER LETTER | Interference in SA’s internal affairs not new

Minister of mineral resources and energy Gwede Mantashe’s claim of foreign-funded attempts aimed at discrediting him are extremely disturbing if they are proven to be true.

The global community will not tolerate such blatant intrusions. Intrusive spying is a gross violation of diplomatic protocol and international law.The Rockefeller commission found that the CIA examined two to three million postal items annually during the early 1960s. In the UK, the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) and the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) have spied on Britain’s partners in the EU, especially France, to find out their negotiating position in talks about trade and finance matters.

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