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African Union’s internal inquiry reveals full extent of sexual harassment

Damning findings show that sexual harassment is rife within the African Union Commission

African Union gender investigation is ‘window dressing’

Three weeks after promising an inquiry into sexism at the AU, nothing has happened

M&G sexism exposé prompts African Union investigation

AU Chair says he will not allow discrimination on his watch

Exclusive: The ‘professional apartheid’ sidelining women at the African Union

Women staff object to ‘professional apartheid’ and routine discrimination at the AU Commission

How China spied on the African Union’s computers

China built and paid for the AU’s computer network – but inserted a backdoor allowing it access to confidential information

The African Union must adapt to changing realities

Traditional stakeholders Europe and the US are reassessing their commitments in Africa, generating new geopolitical realities for the African Union.

The continent can’t afford business as usual at the African Union

Closer collaboration between the AU and the UN in peacekeeping operations is a critical issue.

African Union must adapt to the winds of change

The organisation has to put the welfare of people first if it is to achieve the goals of Agenda 2063.

‘Afcon belongs to the African Union’ – AU commissioner

Pan-African organisation approves a decision allowing the intergovernmental body to organise the continent's main football tournament.

African Union hobbled by vested interests

Commission chairperson Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has tried to improve it, but the AU is saddled with systemic problems.

Zuma to lead SA delegation to African Union summit

The president will attend the summit, where the status of peace and security in Africa and the African Peer Review Mechanism will be discussed.

African Union unites against ICC trials

The African Union has closed ranks in demanding that the ICC drop criminal proceedings against sitting presidents.

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