‘ International Criminal Court (ICCC) Intervention Necessary In Zanu PF Feuds’-Energy Mutodi,

President Robert Mugabe’s loyalist Energy Mutodi has made sensational indications that then political instability rocking the ruling Zanu PF makes it necessary for the International Criminal Court to intervene if the squabbles would lead to the killing of innocent people. Speaking through his article Mutodi said considering that factionalism in Zanu PF is being sponsored by tribalism, with the Zezuru saying they are unconquerable and that the Karangas are second class citizens in this country,…

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Sudan, Egypt And Ethiopia, Sign ‘Agreement’ On Grand Renaissance Dam

Sudan, Egypt And Ethiopia, Sign ‘Agreement’ On Grand Renaissance Dam

With nearly half of world’s population, over 3 million people living in poverty, whilst more than 1 million people live in extreme poverty, the importance of water to the people is of critical importance especially in a very dry region.   Of concern right now is the construction of Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam on the Nile. The river Nile, is the longest river in Africa and in the world stretching approximately. 6,670 km in distance…

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Botswana dissapointed that Omar Al-Bashir fled arrest

Botswana dissapointed that Omar Al-Bashir fled arrest

Botswana yesterday said it was disappointed that Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir fled arrest in South Africa and poked holes on President Robert Mugabe’s claims that Africa does not want the International Criminal Court (ICC). The Botswana government said the African Union (AU) should assist the international community in seeking justice for victims of the genocide in Sudan’s Darfur region. A South African court ordered Bashir’s arrest on Monday, but Al-Bashir, who is wanted by the…

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1400 S.African soldiers ‘held hostage’ in Sudan to secure Al-Bashir safe return

1400 S.African soldiers ‘held hostage’ in Sudan to secure Al-Bashir safe return

The Sudanese government of president Omar al-Bashir literally held a gun to South Africa’s head to secure his safe return to Khartoum. Netwerk24 revealed that about 1 400 South African soldiers in Darfur were held “hostage” by Sudanese troops when the drama around Al-Bashir’s possible arrest in South Africa escalated. According to military experts, this effectively means Sudan blackmailed South Africa and the soldiers’ lives served as a guarantee for Al-Bashir’s safe return. Only after…

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OMAR AL-BASHIR FLEES SOUTH AFRICA FROM WATERKLOOF MILITARY AIR BASE

OMAR AL-BASHIR  FLEES  SOUTH AFRICA FROM WATERKLOOF MILITARY AIR BASE

Sudan’s President Omar Al-Bashir has arrived in Sudan  within the last hour having flown out of South Africa from Waterkloof Airbase, despite an outstanding warrant of arrest issued by ICC and a court order to bar his departure from South Africa whilst a decision was being made on whether or not to arrest him. President Omar al-Bashir, arrived in South Africa to attend the  African Union, (AU) Summit  despite the ICC warrant of arrest for…

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SUDANESE PRESIDENT OMAR-BASHIR ORDERED TO REMAIN IN SOUTH AFRICA UNTIL MONDAY BY THE HIGH COURT.

SUDANESE PRESIDENT OMAR-BASHIR ORDERED TO REMAIN IN SOUTH AFRICA UNTIL MONDAY BY THE HIGH COURT.

  The Sudanese President obviusly rues the day he decided to fly to South Africa to attend the recently ended African Union (AU) summit after civil rights groups took the South African government to court to force them to serve the outstanding warrant of arrest against Omar for war crimes and crimes against humanity. South Africa is signatory to the Rome convention which established the ICC and its High Court has ordered President Omar AL-…

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