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Professor Adekeye Adebajois Director of the University of Johannesburg'sInstitute for Pan-African Thought and Conversation. He recently penned an opinion article that first appeared in theBusiness Day: 11 October 2021 South Africa served on the United Nations (UN) Security Council in 2019/2020. In chairing the Council in December 2020, Tshwane held a high-level debate on cooperation between the African Union (AU) and the UN, and championed greater involvement of women and youth in peace processes across Africa. It also successfully removed Burundi from the Council agenda. South Africa often led Africa on a Council that also contained Côte d'Ivoire and Equatorial...