PRETORIA (AFP) - The African Unions panel on Libya will meet today (Wednesday) in Pretoria to discuss the latest developments in the north African state, a South African official said. The committee, which consists of the heads of state of five countries, will meet in Pretoria to discuss a range of issues concerning Libya, said Bongani Majola, a spokesman for President Jacob Zuma. The committee also includes leaders of Uganda, Mauritania, Mali and Congo-Brazzaville. The African Union has sought in vain to mediate between Libyas ousted leader Muamer Gaddafi and the rebels who have rejected the continental blocs proposals. South Africa has not recognised the National Transitional Council, which now controls most of Libyas territory.