SA questions impartiality of ICC

South Africa has questioned why the International Criminal Court (ICC) does not try to arrest leaders involved in conflicts in Palestine and Afghanistan in the “current era of disorder” with the same vigour it pursues Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir. “We ask ourselves, as have many, why no investigations have been[…]

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Zuma shifts blame on Nkandla issue: Analyst

Analysts have slated the ‘evasive’ and ‘bullish’ attitude shown by President Jacob Zuma during Wednesday’s parliamentary Q&A session, where the countries ‘Number 1’ faced questions as to the current state of criminal justice institutions, and the ongoing electricity crisis amongst others. In Zuma’s first parliamentary appearance since the controversial 2015[…]

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Zuma agrees to another question session

President Jacob Zuma has agreed to an additional, fifth oral question session in the National Assembly this year, his office said on Thursday. The presidency said it had suggested the date of November 3 for the session to Speaker Baleka Mbete’s office. This follows heated demands from the opposition on[…]

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Set date for questioning, Malema pleads

EFF leader Julius Malema on Wednesday pleaded in the National Assembly with Speaker Baleka Mbete to agree that a programming committee set a date for the outstanding questions to be answered. “I am pleading with you… please commit that tomorrow’s [Thursday’s] programme [meeting] will come up with a date of[…]

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