Omar al Bashir

 
South Africa and the ICC: It’s not too late to change course
South Africa and the ICC: It’s not too late to change course
At a Cape Town symposium on the future of international justice on August 29, it was good to see South Africa’s justice minister Michael Masutha...
A plan for South Africa to stay in the ICC
A plan for South Africa to stay in the ICC
Almost two years after first announcing its intention to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC), it remains unclear whether South...
Bashir appoints new PM as cabinet sacked
Bashir appoints new PM as cabinet sacked
Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir on Sunday sacked the country's 31-member cabinet and appointed a new prime minister who will form a smaller...
Lindiwe Sisulu: Debate to stay in the ICC reopened
Lindiwe Sisulu: Debate to stay in the ICC reopened
Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Lindiwe Sisulu has hinted that South Africa might change its decision on withdrawing from...
Ramaphosa has a rare chance to stop SA withdrawing from the ICC
Ramaphosa has a rare chance to stop SA withdrawing from the ICC
Justice Minister Michael Masutha has presented the International Crimes Bill to Parliament’s justice portfolio committee. This could be a...
State land grabs fuel Sudan’s crisis
State land grabs fuel Sudan’s crisis
Al-Noor Othman, a farmer in Sudan’s South Kordofan province, was hoping for a good harvest. He had bills to pay. 
Ramaphosa should help restore SA’s moral high ground
Ramaphosa should help restore SA’s moral high ground
South Africa celebrates Human Rights Day this year with big expectations for the new president. Cyril Ramaphosa, in his first State of the Nation...
Courts ride out the Zuma storm
Courts ride out the Zuma storm
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Zuma's five biggest career scandals
Zuma's five biggest career scandals
With the resignation of President Jacob Zuma with immediate effect, comes an end to a controversial and turbulent period in South Africa's...
New law to protect top torturers
New law to protect top torturers
Next year Parliament will be asked to radically alter the relationship between South Africa and the International Criminal Court (ICC) — and...
Sudan papers go online for freedom from censors
Sudan papers go online for freedom from censors
Seated in his Khartoum office overlooking the Blue Nile, Sudanese journalist Adil al-Baz no longer fears a crackdown by security agents over his...

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