Zuma asks UN to sign and adhere to treaty banning nuclear weapons

President Jacob Zuma has urged all countries to sign and adhere to a treaty banning all nuclear weapons.

He addressed the UN General Assembly on Wednesday.

Zuma also called for calm in North Korea.

Saying...it is absolutely unfair that they should have nuclear arsenals and leave the rest of us effectively at their mercy.

Jean-Jacques Cornish, EWN correspondent

He is also saying if there is an accident it would have disastrous consequences, there is no safe hands for weapons of mass destruction.

Jean-Jacques Cornish, EWN correspondent

Click on the link below to listen to the full audio....


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