The South African apartheid was an important topic of discussion. In reality, the debate entailed what the future of South Africa would look like now that the system of institutionalized racial segregation against black people that existed for more than 40 years has been terminated.
South Africa’s delegation requested to withdrawn the economic sanctions it had during the apartheid. The other delegations did not allow this; for they were apprehensive on the fact that they had no assurance that the country could go back to their old ways. Furthermore, they gave their opinions on whether those responsible for the apartheid should be prosecuted.
Subsequently, the delegates were informed about the concentration camps found in South Africa and the capture of the president Frederik Willem de Klerk. Thereafter, the delegation of South Africa admitted that it had the help from Moroccan workers and Egyptian soldiers; the delegations did not show any regret in the decision to segregate the white people, however they did show their willingness to negotiate with Israel about the freedom of the Jews they had also captured after the demand it made to the offending country.