ARTICLES RELATING TO ICC

Executive has prerogative to withdraw from treaties, court hears

2016-12-06 16:25

The executive has the prerogative to withdraw from treaties and does not need Parliament’s approval to do so, the High Court in Pretoria has heard.

ICC deny blacklisting Asif

2016-12-06 11:55

Pakistan seamer Mohammad Asif is relieved to learn that the ICC has no qualms about him returning to international cricket after he served his ban.

Al-Bashir the primary reason for ICC withdrawal, court hears

2016-12-05 16:40

Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir is the primary reason for the government's decision to withdraw from the International Criminal Court, the Southern African Litigation Centre has argued in the High Court in Pretoria.

ICC fight will go to ConCourt - DA

2016-12-05 11:20

The DA’s challenge of the government’s decision to withdraw from the International Criminal Court will end up in the Constitutional Court, the party has said.

ICC clears Hafeez's bowling action

2016-11-30 17:26

Mohammad Hafeez's bowling action was cleared by the ICC, and the Pakistan offspinner can resume bowling in internationals

ICC disappointed at Faf’s appeal

2016-11-25 07:00

The ICC has expressed its disappointment after Proteas captain Faf du Plessis decided to appeal a guilty charge of ball tampering.

What would make SA 'flip-flop' on ICC withdrawal?

2016-11-23 12:14

If the ICC's goal is to convince South Africa to stop its withdrawal as a member state, it needs to pull out whatever negotiation, bargaining and conflict resolution skills it has.

African experts positive there will be no more ICC withdrawals

2016-11-22 09:19

The Africa Group for Justice and Accountability sees a positive future for the International Criminal Court, predicting that no further countries will withdraw.

SA vs ICC: Six degrees of separation

2016-11-20 06:39

There are plausible reasons – none of which involve Omar al-Bashir – for SA revoking the Rome Statute, writes Phiwokuhle Mnyandu.

Philippines' Duterte threatens to copy Russia ICC exit

2016-11-17 17:45

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has threatened to follow in Russia's footsteps and pull his country out of the International Criminal Court.

 

Parliament still to debate ICC withdrawal - lawyer

2016-12-06 12:13

The DA approached the courts to challenge the government’s withdrawal from the ICC before it had been debated in Parliament, the High Court in Pretoria has heard.

Zuma, Masutha to respond to ICC court challenge

2016-12-06 07:29

The High Court in Pretoria is expected to hear arguments from government on reasons for wanting to withdraw from the International Criminal Court.

Executive 'disregarded' people of SA in ICC withdrawal

2016-12-05 13:10

The executive disregarded the people of South Africa when it decided to withdraw from the International Criminal Court, the DA has argued in court.

Court to hear DA challenge to ICC withdrawal

2016-12-05 07:26

The DA's challenge to government's decision to withdraw from the International Criminal Court is to be heard in the High Court in Pretoria.

Richardson hits out at CSA's Lorgat

2016-11-25 14:27

ICC CEO David Richardson has hit out at CSA counterpart Haroon Lorgat for accusing him of ball tampering during his playing days.

Let's focus on ICC's structural flaws - AU advisor

2016-11-23 16:09

An African Union legal advisor believes debate around the future of the International Criminal Court should focus on its structural flaws and how that is fuelling perceptions of bias.

Sri Lanka's Lakmal fined for misconduct

2016-11-22 10:00

Sri Lanka paceman Suranga Lakmal has been fined half of his match fee for throwing the ball dangerously at Zimbabwe opener Chamu Chibhabha.

Five questions you may have asked about the ICC

2016-11-22 09:02

A list of commonly-asked questions about the International Criminal Court.

Masutha holds 'constructive talks' with ICC

2016-11-19 10:00

Justice Minister Michael Masutha held "constructive" talks with the International Criminal Court's president on Friday.

US rejects ICC 'war crimes' probe, says 'not warranted'

2016-11-16 19:12

The United States has insisted its soldiers and spies in Afghanistan are not subject to prosecution by the International Criminal Court and any war crimes probe into their actions would be 'unwarranted'.

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