WINDHOEK - No date has been set for when a meeting of the Namibia-South Africa BiNational Commission will be held.
The meeting was scheduled to start next week from 28 June until 1 July in Windhoek.
Namibia’s International Relations and Cooperation Ministry confirmed the postponement , saying this was due to unforeseen circumstances.
South Africa is the source of 66 percent of Namibia’s imports and is responsible for approximately 80 percent of investments in key industries.
The meeting was to be co-chaired by both country’s presidents Hage Geingob and Cyril Ramaphosa.
Both presidents have been caught up in a scandal over the alleged theft of millions of US dollars by Namibian burglars from Ramaphosa's Phala Phala farm in Limpopo in 2020.