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25 March 2017
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18 Jul 2003
Mbeki rejects reports about Mugabe’s exit
President Thabo Mbeki has denied telling his US counterpart that Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe would step down in December.
Peace mission sails into Niger delta
As the burnt-out village came into view off the bows of the motor yacht and its escort, a gunboat packed with heavily armed troops, the peace mission's optimism took a dent.
Rights group accuses Cambodian officials of intimidation campaign
The US-based Human Rights Watch accused local Cambodian officials of engaging in a "campaign of threats and intimidation" in the run-up to the national elections on July 27, according to a report...
SACP-Solidarity discuss growth and development
During a Bilateral Meeting held in Johannesburg yesterday, the South African Communist Party (SACP) and the trade union movement, Solidarity, discussed strategies for stimulating growth and...
17 Jul 2003
A delay in Liberia troop deployment dangerous - Annan
United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan yesterday outlined the world body's likely strategy to help restore order in war-torn Liberia, beginning with the arrival of a promised West African...
Abbas prepares fro US trip, Sharon returns home
Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmud Abbas was preparing today for the diplomatic boost of an official visit to Washington next week, while Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon mulled an unsuccessful...
Govt, judiciary mending relations-Mbeki
President Thabo Mbeki reaffirmed the independence of South Africa's judges yesterday saying he believed relations between the government and the judiciary were sound despite a recent public row...
Mbeki, Chissano condemn Sao Tome coup
President Thabo Mbeki has joined other African and international leaders in condemning yesterday’s coup d’ etat in Sao Tome and Principe.
No plans for major Nato role in Iraq-Robertson
Nato chief George Robertson said yesterday the alliance has no plans for a greater role in postwar Iraq, where mounting US casualties at the hands of Iraqi guerrillas has prompted calls for the...
Ten kg of uranium compound missing in Iraq-UN
The UN nuclear agency said yesterday that 10 kg of uranium compounds are missing following looting of the Tuwaitha nuclear facility in Iraq.
Zim prosecutors urge court to continue opposition trial
Zimbabwean prosecutors urged a Harare court yesterday not to dismiss a treason case against opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai for allegedly ordering an assasination on the country's president.
16 Jul 2003
Democrats attack Bush over Iraq intelligence
Democrats sharpened their attacks on the George W Bush administration yesterday, emboldened by persistent questions over prewar intelligence on Iraq's pursuit of nuclear, biological and chemical arms.
Dlamini-Zuma to lead Comores AU delegation
Foreign Affairs Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma will lead an African Union (AU) delegation on a two-day visit to the Comores in an effort to help the island with its constitutional crisis, the...
EU supports a peacekeeping force in Burundi
EU policy chief Javier Solana yesterday said the EU was ready to help pay for an eventual African Union peacekeeping force in Burundi, where the capital, Bujumbura, has suffered the fiercest...
Nobody is immune from probes by Parliament-Ginwala
Speaker of Parliament Frene Ginwala has warned that Parliament will spare no one from the investigation currently underway into fraudulent activities involving travel agencies and travel vouchers...
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