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This chapter explores the South–South development cooperation contribution of South Africa, the smallest BRICS member. It discusses the emergence of South Africa’s development partnership as a mechanism to secure its prosperity and security on a volatile continent. The country’s extensive peace-building initiatives and investment in the establishment of a pro-development architecture in Africa are key pillars of its approach. Lack of engagement with South Africa’s private sector and civil society actors is exposed as a serious gap in bolstering the country’s development offering. Finally, the chapter considers the importance of trilateral cooperation as a significant enabler of South African engagement in its region, alongside the multiple identities that BRICS can offer South Africa as a development partner.
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