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AU Commission has no standing in ICC, it’s a country’s choice to leave – Dlamini-Zuma

'It’s a purely sovereign decision of each country to join or to pull out,' Dlamini-Zuma said.

AU Commission chairperson Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma starts to look presidential

The AU chair is on a charm offensive to woo voters to the ANC — and support for her own ambitions.

The dummies’ guide to the African Union

Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has been elected to chair the African Union Commission. Here's what you need to know about the organisation.

The politics of perception and uncertainty

Unlike in sport, the key battles taking place seem to have no clear resolution -- leaving us all at a loss.

SA and the AU: It’s complicated

A complex matrix of issues stymied Dlamini-Zuma's bid for Africa's top job.

Tough questions in wake of contest

Hullabaloo over AU Commission chairpersonship.

Gloves off in battle for Dlamini-Zuma

Sources say the same voter tactics will be adopted as were used against Muammar Gaddafi in order to get Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma elected to the AU.

UN chief alarmed at reports of rising violence in Zim

United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon on Monday expressed alarm at reports of rising violence and intimidation in Zimbabwe and said he was consulting with African leaders on how to help resolve the country's election crisis. "I am deeply concerned at reports of rising levels of violence and intimidation" in Zimbabwe, he told reporters.

Zim opposition in election run-off debate

Zimbabwe's opposition on Monday mulled whether to contest a presidential election run-off after winning the first round as President Robert Mugabe's camp began gearing up for the ballot. "We are still putting things together and when we are ready, we will get the press informed," George Sibotshiwe, a spokesperson for opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai, said.

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