Speaker’s Meeting on BRICS in Africa: Working towards the realisation of the African Aspirations

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The South African Institute of International Affairs cordially invites you to a Speaker’s Meeting to be addressed by Hon Deputy Minister Luwellyn Landers from the Department of International Relations and Cooperation on BRICS in Africa: Working towards the realisation of the African Aspirations.

PLEASE NOTE: For security reasons you are kindly requested to register online as soon as possible, as this event has limited seating. This invitation is intended for SAIIA members and invited guests and is not transferable beyond those individuals and organisations. Guests will not be admitted without prior registration.

Mr Luwellyn Tyrone Landers is currently the Deputy Minister of International Relations and Cooperation of the Republic of South Africa. He was appointed to this position in May 2014. He was born and raised in KwaZulu-Natal, where he still resides.

As politics was an ever-present concern, he became active in his community (and remains active today). He joined the Labour Party in 1984. In 1993 he joined the ANC (African National Congress) and was elected as a Member of Parliament to the National Assembly in 1994, for the ANC.

He was chosen as a delegate to the negotiating council that settled the final Constitution and presented it to the Constitutional Court. He has served continuously in Parliament for 20 years since 1994 and is one of the few remaining ‘Class of ‘94’ still serving.

He was appointed as the 2nd Deputy Minister of International Relations and Cooperation in May 2014. His current political responsibilities in this portfolio include political oversight for the Europe region and the Americas and Caribbean regions, specific areas of Multi literalism including human rights, as well as political oversight of the administration and parliamentary liaison on behalf of the department.

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