AU vacillation frustrates chair
President Cyril Ramaphosa had a rough start to his first chairing of the African Union, threatening to leave an ordinary session before it concluded yesterday.
At about 3am, Ramaphosa was apparently so fed up with diplomats and heads of state taking issue with translations that he threatened to leave the summit early. State leaders and their diplomats were unable to adopt decisions due to disagreements over translations. – News24 Wire