Zuma could still have his day in court

49 minutes ago

Once the president steps down, he could be facing hundreds of charges in court, says Mzwandile Jacks.

Africa in the dock at the ICC

2015-09-02 09:11

The International Criminal Court where the trial of Congolese warlord Bosco Ntangada is set to open, has launched investigations in eight African countries.

Zim minister ridicules SA economy on Twitter

2015-08-28 13:34

Jonathan Moyo, Zimbabwe’s minister of higher and tertiary education, has taken to social media to ridicule the South African rand, saying it is 'falling like any other African currency'.

ICC showing SA 'cheeky arrogance' - ANC

2015-08-25 06:00

The ANC wants South Africa to end its membership of the International Criminal Court because of what it calls the institution’s arrogance.

Sudan summons Libya envoy for alleged Darfur rebel support

2015-08-12 07:20

Sudan has summoned the military attaché over accusations Libya’s internationally recognised government has sheltered Darfuri rebels on its territory, an army spokesperson says.

Amnesty accuses Sudan forces of war crimes

2015-08-05 07:42

Amnesty International says Sudanese forces have committed war crimes and have bombed 26 health facilities.

Sudan guarantees rebels freedom

2015-08-03 18:35

Sudan's government says it is ready to offer rebels battling its forces legal guarantees to allow them to attend talks in Khartoum.

SA should have kept Bashir in the country – EU

2015-07-24 14:33

South Africa should have kept Sudan’s president Omar al-Bashir, who is accused of genocide, in the country, says Hans van Baalen, chairperson of a delegation of the European Union’s parliament to South Africa.

Justice takes a stand

2015-07-10 07:37

Zuma's flouting of a court order has forced the judiciary to stand up for itself, says Mzwandile Jacks.

Al-Bashir appeal shows law is important to government - professor

2015-07-02 19:46

A professor believes that the government’s appeal of the high court ruling to detain Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir is an indication that it views the law as important.


Zuma meets with Bashir to 'strengthen relations'

2015-09-03 15:50

President Jacob Zuma has met with Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir to "strengthen relations" between the two countries.

China welcomes 'old friend' Omar Bashir

2015-09-01 13:25

Chinese President Xi Jinping has welcomed Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir, an accused war criminal, as an 'old friend', as China's foreign ministry defended his invite to a military parade to mark the end of WWII.

East African leaders head to S Sudan to witness peace deal

2015-08-26 11:09

East African leaders are set to witness President Salva Kiir’s expected signing of a peace deal with rebels, amid threats of the UN sanctions in the absence of an accord.

Judgment reserved in Bashir appeal bid

2015-08-14 18:52

Judgment has been reserved in an application by the government for leave to appeal a ruling that it should have detained Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir when he was in South Africa for an African Union summit.

Bashir, facing charges, scheduled to speak at UN

2015-08-05 10:24

Sudan’s president Omar al-Bashir, who faces international war crimes and genocide charges, is on a provisional list of speakers at a UN summit of world leaders in late September.

DA submits notice of motion to impeach Zuma

2015-08-04 16:13

The DA has given the National Assembly notice of a motion of impeachment against President Jacob Zuma.

Sudan's Bashir in Mauritania despite ICC arrest warrant

2015-07-26 22:58

Sudanese President has arrived in Mauritania to attend a summit, despite an international arrest warrant issued against him in 2009.

Govt files notice to appeal al-Bashir judgment

2015-07-14 18:30

The government has filed a notice applying for leave to appeal a ruling that Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir should have been detained in South Africa.

Sudan politicians publicly flogged

2015-07-07 21:43

In a rare political sentence, 3 Sudanese politicians have been flogged for endorsing an election boycott.

Executive slammed for the way it handled al-Bashir matter

2015-06-30 19:15

The executive is undermining the rule of law and encouraging South Africans to ignore court decisions by the way it handled the Omar al-Bashir matter, the SA Law Deans Association says.

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