Talk:Foreign relations of South Africa

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Proposed WikiProject - Bilateral relations[edit]

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Section on drugs[edit]

I'm putting here as it's totally unsourced. LibStar (talk) 13:15, 21 June 2009 (UTC)

South Africa's status as a transshipment center for heroin and cocaine has been controversial. Domestic drug abuse has helped fuel a drug trade; cocaine consumption is on the rise, and South Africa is the world's largest market for illicit methaqualone, which is known locally as Mandrax and usually imported illegally from India through various East African countries. Illicit cultivation of marijuana (locally known as "dagga") is also widespread.

Links[edit]

>> S Africa expels Rwandan diplomats after raid>> South Africa: Pretoria-Kigali Ties Plunge to New Low(Lihaas (talk) 18:47, 7 March 2014 (UTC)).

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