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23/06/2015

African press review 23 June 2015

South Africa's Jacob Zuma is back in the legal wars, the leader of the ANC thinks the International Criminal Court is dangerous, Europe issues a stern warning to Burundi, while Nigeria's recently ...
22/06/2015

African press review 22 June 2015

Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir is back on South African front pages.
20/06/2015

African press review 20 June 2015

Did President Jacob Zuma and ministers plot Sudan's Omar al-Bashir's escape?
19/06/2015

African press review 19 June 2015

Spend thrifts in Nigeria shiver as President Buhari places half of the presidential fleet on sale.
18/06/2015

African press review 18 June 2015

No easy way out of the ICC for South Africa after Omar al -Beshir fiasco.
17/06/2015

African press review 17 June 2015

A constitutional crisis looms in South Africa as the executive, parliament and judiciary braze for a fight over the country's ICC statute after Pretoria allowed Sudan's Omar al -Beshir to flee ...
16/06/2015

African press review 16 June 2015

An update on the whereabouts of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, who did not spend the night in a South African jail.
15/06/2015

African press review 15 June 2015

Will South Africa have the political courage to arrest Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir and hand him over to the International Criminal Court? Probably not.
13/06/2015

African press review 13 June 2015

There's a promise on company tax and mining royalties from South Africa's finance minister in today's papers, Standard & Poor's says the South African economic outlook is stable, African editors ...
06/06/2015

African press review 6 June 2015

Presidents with problems is a fair summary of this morning's African front pages. The men who currently look after Burundi, Rwanda and South Africa are all in the wars.
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