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South Africa broke rules by failing to arrest Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir

South Africa broke rules by failing to arrest Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir

War crimes judges have ruled that South Africa flouted its duties to the International Criminal Court (ICC) in 2015 by failing to arrest visiting Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir. Cuno Tarfusser, the presiding judge, said on Thursday that Pretoria’s inaction was “contrary” to the court’s guiding Rome Statute and prevented it from prosecuting Bashir on 10 […]

Crafting an African Victory for the World

Crafting an African Victory for the World

On May 25, 1963,  Africans gathered in Addis Ababa to create the Organisation of African Unity, the precursor to today’s African Union. It stood tall…

No Wall for Ethiopia, Rather an Open Door – Even for Its Enemy

No Wall for Ethiopia, Rather an Open Door – Even for Its Enemy

It’s one thing to read about the exodus of souls flowing out of Eritrea, it’s quite another to look into the tired eyes, surrounded by…

‘Security vacuum’ in Central Africa may be exploited by armed groups

‘Security vacuum’ in Central Africa may be exploited by armed groups

The United Nations envoy for Central Africa today expressed his concern that the withdrawal of troops from the regional force by some contributing countries would…

Tribalism: The real elephant in the room

Tribalism: The real elephant in the room

In any other country revelations by Education, Sport and Culture minister David Coltart some years back that racial slurs against whites are commonplace during Cabinet…

Why ‘Ailing’ African Leaders Won’t Open Up About Their Health

Why ‘Ailing’ African Leaders Won’t Open Up About Their Health

“African leaders often give the impression that the health of their countries is tied to their own personal…

Why Mineral Wealth Not a Blessing for Africa

Why Mineral Wealth Not a Blessing for Africa

Tanzania is one of the most abundantly endowed with natural resources just like most of other African countries,…

Chipanga’s boot-licking exposes lack of depth

Chipanga’s boot-licking exposes lack of depth

Zanu PF secretary for youth league in the politburo —Kudzanai Chipanga — has a right to lavish praise…

Bona, don’t let ém take us back to Stone Age

Bona, don’t let ém take us back to Stone Age

I doubt that most of the people making noise about the board actually went through the list of…

Intergovernmental Authority on Development and Why Regional Integration in Africa Is Desirable

Intergovernmental Authority on Development and Why Regional Integration in Africa Is Desirable

Unexpectedly, I received volumes of comments, questions and compliments in response to a piece published in this column…

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