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10 Mar 2017
Daily Podcast - March 10, 2017
Making headlines: Dlamini-Zuma to officially hand over to incoming chair of AU Commission DA to march over Sassa crisis And, Solidarity says government in need of moral turnaround
Government in need of moral turnaround - Solidarity
Trade union Solidarity says the government needs to "reassess its moral direction" after it revoked its intent to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC) this week. Solidarity Research...
09 Mar 2017
Parly committee to continue ICC withdrawal talks
Parliament’s international relations committee intends continuing discussions to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC). It would hold talks with its justice partners to “take the...
UASA: UASA's open letter to President Zuma
Dear President Zuma What a week this is, Mr President! Amidst encouraging signs of economic growth, realism and intelligence are surfacing in the ANC as parliamentary portfolio committees continue...
SA: Parliament welcomes court ruling, will play its part on SA ICC withdrawal
The Portfolio Committee on International Relations and Cooperation will soon engage with counterparts on justice to take the process of South Africa’s withdrawal from the International Criminal...
Solidarity: ICC U-turn: Government now in need of moral turnaround
Trade union Solidarity said today that the government’s U-turn with regard to South Africa’s withdrawal from the International Criminal Court (ICC) should prompt it to reassess its moral direction....
Leaving the ICC would have had ‘catastrophic international consequences’ - Zak Yacoob
Retired Constitutional Court Judge Zak Yacoob has said that leaving the ICC would have had "catastrophic international consequences". Yacoob was briefing the media in Rosebank on Wednesday morning...
08 Mar 2017
Afriforum: AfriForum welcomes preliminary recall of Government’s plans to withdraw from International Criminal Court
AfriForum welcomed the notification from the South African Government that the process to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC) has been halted temporarily. This step follows after...
Masutha to face committee over court's ICC ruling
Justice Minister Michael Masutha is expected to address Parliament’s international relations committee on Wednesday about the High Court ruling which declared the government’s decision to leave the...
03 Mar 2017
Xenophobia again jeopardises South Africa’s interests in Africa
The latest outburst of xenophobic violence in South Africa’s political capital, Pretoria, and commercial capital, Johannesburg, is once again reverberating across the continent. Nigerians, in...
24 Feb 2017
Protecting witnesses, protecting the ICC
If the South African call for African states to withdraw collectively from the International Criminal Court (ICC or Court) finds enough support, this could create a number of problems for the...
23 Feb 2017
South Africa’s ICC withdrawal notice declared invalid
On Wednesday, 22 February 2017, the High Court in Pretoria handed down its judgment in the litigation challenging the procedural aspects of South Africa’s decision to withdraw from the Rome Statute...
22 Feb 2017
Afriforum: AfriForum welcomes court ruling against withdrawal from ICC
AfriForum welcomes the order of the North Gauteng High Court that the government’s decision to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC) must be revoked. The case was brought to court by...
ICC withdrawal process could be 'embarrassing' for SA – High Court
If government goes ahead with its withdrawal from the International Criminal Court (ICC) the ensuing process of legal challenges would be embarrassing for the country, the High Court in Pretoria...
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