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28 May 2017
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28 Apr 2017
Sudan to form government of national accord
Sudan is to form a new government of national accord next week. The Sudan Tribune reported on Thursday that Sudanese Presidential Assistant Ibrahim Hamid told a press conference in Khartoum that...
30 Mar 2017
Daily Podcast – March 30, 2017
Making headlines: ANC top six split on whether to fire Gordhan De Lille proposes R44.3bn budget for Cape Town And, South Africa to appear before ICC
South Africa to appear before ICC
South Africa is expected to appear before the International Criminal Court (ICC) next Friday to account for failing to arrest President Omar Al Bashir, when he attended an African Union Summit in...
13 Feb 2017
Africa’s God presidents: Promoting democracy or dictatorship?
'Grandpa, it’s enough.’ Julius Malema, leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters party in South Africa, has called for President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe to step down and not ‘overstay his welcome’....
17 Jan 2017
DA: Stevens Mokgalapa says ANC’s failed foreign policy hurting South Africa
The ANC’s desperate attempt to control exactly who South Africans meet abroad, and where, demonstrates more clearly than ever before just how pathetic their foreign policy has become. The ANC has...
09 Dec 2016
Daily Podcast - December 09, 2016
Making headlines: Parliament pays tribute to former Chapter 9 heads Ghana opposition leader confident of election victory And, ICC to discuss South Africa's failure to arrest Sudan's Bashir
15 Nov 2016
ANC takes further steps towards self-destruction. What is our role as citizens?
It is reported in the City Press that President Jacob Zuma attended a caucus of the parliamentary ANC and instructed MPs to vote against the DA’s motion of no confidence in his leadership....
13 Jul 2016
African states reluctant to sign human rights protocol and declaration
The issue of human rights is facing strong opposition from many African Union (AU) states despite the theme of the 27th AU Summit, currently underway in Kigali, Rwanda, being human rights,...
26 May 2016
MPs in heated debate over Africa Day
Members of Parliament displayed their passion and frustration over the African continent during a heated commemoration of Africa Day in Parliament on Wednesday. Democratic Alliance (DA) MP Stevens...
12 May 2016
Sudanese President Al Bashir heads for Uganda
In a sign of thawing relations between the two countries, Sudanese President Omar Al Bashir arrives in Kampala on Thursday as part of a two-day visit to Uganda to discuss bilateral ties and the...
28 Apr 2016
DA: Joe McGluwa: Address by DA North West Leader, at the Freedom Day celebration, Lomanyaneng village, Mahikeng (27/04/2016))
n this day, twenty two years ago, our nation took a bold step into the new dawn of a democratic South Africa.
19 Apr 2016
APO: Kofi Annan says African leaders must leave when their time is up
Former UN secretary-general Kofi Annan has urged African leaders to leave when their mandated time is up and to avoid excluding opposing voices, if elections are to cease contributing to conflicts...
15 Mar 2016
SA under obligation to arrest Al Bashir - SCA
The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) said on Tuesday that the South African government was under an obligation to co-operate with the ICC in arresting Sudanese President Omar Al Bashir. The court...
08 Feb 2016
LRC: International and local NGOs file joint papers for admission as friends of the court in Al Bashir Case
Today in the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA), the Peace and Justice Initiative and the Centre for Human Rights (PJI/CHR), represented by the Legal Resources Centre (LRC), filed joint heads of...
02 Dec 2015
DA: Phumzile Van Damme says corruption is an epidemic keeping SA back from freedom, fairness and opportunity
News yesterday that South Africa is perceived to be the most corrupt nation on the African continent is a devastating blow to the image of our country, brought about by a government that protects...
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