A ‘Russian love affair’: Why South Africa stays ‘neutral’ on war

Cape Town, South Africa – In April, a delegation of senior officials of South Africa’s ruling African National Congress (ANC) undertook what the party said was an invitation from “a long-standing ally”, Russia’s ruling party. It travelled to Moscow to discuss what the ANC said was the “recalibration of the global order”. Among the delegation was Deputy…

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At COP28, Mozambique will unveil a new $80 billion energy transformation plan.

During COP28, President Nyusi is anticipated to formally introduce the energy policy to the global audience. According to a top energy official on Monday, Mozambique has authorized an ambitious new energy transition plan that would last until 2050 in the hopes of attracting investments of around $80 billion to expand the availability of power and…

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ICC accuses Sudan and rebels of Darfur war crimes

Karim Khan moving ahead with investigation into atrocities committed in latest flare-up in 20-year conflict. Sudan’s army and its rival paramilitary force are committing war crimes in Darfur, the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) chief prosecutor has said. Karim Khan launched a war crimes investigation into the renewed conflict in July. On Monday, he reported to…

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