Omar al Bashir

 
Executive has prerogative to withdraw from treaties, court hears
Executive has prerogative to withdraw from treaties, court hears
The executive has the prerogative to withdraw from treaties and does not need Parliament’s approval to do so, the high court in Pretoria heard on...
Eurocentric takes on law do us no favours
Eurocentric takes on law do us no favours
“Many successive administrations of the South African government have upheld a policy which has now come to be denounced internationally as a...
The ICC pricked Zuma's pride at a time when authoritarian populism is on a roll
The ICC pricked Zuma's pride at a time when authoritarian populism is on a roll
Amid the cacophony and calamity of South Africa’s politics, it is hard to maintain a sense of perspective. What matters most? The crisis on...
ICC is too focused on Africa, must take the blame for SA's departure
ICC is too focused on Africa, must take the blame for SA's departure
The new South Africa has been a bastion of respect for human rights, and its decision to withdraw from the International Criminal Court is a sign...
SA begins process to withdraw from International Criminal Court
SA begins process to withdraw from International Criminal Court
South Africa is withdrawing from the International Criminal Court, according to a document seen by Reuters on Thursday, a move which would take...
After Ebola, US spreads its bets over Africa
After Ebola, US spreads its bets over Africa
Washington has 50 diplomatic missions in Africa, more than any other country and one of the few with an ambassador in Lesotho and Swaziland. But...
Uganda urged to arrest al-Bashir
Uganda urged to arrest al-Bashir
A prominent international human rights group has urged the Ugandan government to arrest Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir and send him to face...
Al Bashir ruling a 'landmark judgement for international criminal justice'
Al Bashir ruling a 'landmark judgement for international criminal justice'
Government leaders might have to face serious consequences should they accept the Supreme Court of Appeal’s ruling on South Africa’s failure to...
Judiciary is last line of defence against government
Judiciary is last line of defence against government
Nearly six months ago, South Africa’s most powerful judges had an extraordinary meeting with President Jacob Zuma and seven members of his...
How Nene thwarted Zuma's R30m plan to woo Al-Bashir
How Nene thwarted Zuma's R30m plan to woo Al-Bashir
Two days after Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir hastily left South Africa under the threat of arrest, SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni argued the...
International justice hinges on strengthening the ICC
International justice hinges on strengthening the ICC
This week, 123 countries that have signed up to the International Criminal Court (ICC) started their annual meeting in The Hague in the Netherlands...
ICC suspects Bashir could come back to SA
ICC suspects Bashir could come back to SA
Fatou Bensouda, the International Criminal Court (ICC) chief prosecutor, has asked ICC Judges to assert South Africa's obligation to arrest...

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