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- DTM Libya – Murzuq Flash Update (20 August 2019)
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- Niger: Country Operation Update, June-July 2019
ABUJA: THE Delta State Government declared today a public holiday to enable eligible voters in the state obtain their permanent voters’ cards (PVCs) from the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). The declaration was contained in a statement by the Secretary …Read more
Republic of the Congo’s National Day
Press StatementJohn Kerry
Secretary of StateWashington, DC
August 14, 2014
On behalf of President Obama and the people of the United States, I would like to extend congratulations to the people of
Over 200 000 registered voters in 25 wards across the country’s nine provinces are expected go to the polls on Wednesday to elect municipal councillors.
The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) on Tuesday said tomorrow’s by-elections will be one of the
The DA learned this morning and welcomes, with caution, the Special Investigating Units’s (SIU) civil suit against the Department of Public Works and the architect of President Jacob Zuma’s private residence at Nkandla, Minenhle Makhanya.
This comes as the SIU
The DA commends Pallo Jordan on his decision to resign from Parliament. Given the current controversy surrounding Jordan, his resignation is in the best interests of Parliament, his party and himself.
This must have been a difficult decision. We respect
The DA will write to the Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Trade and Industry, Ms Joanmariae Fubbs, requesting that the National Credit Regulator (NCR) brief Parliament on what action it took to prevent reckless lending by the country’s major
Just days after a national newspaper exposed his academic qualifications as a lie, Pallo Jordan apologised to the ANC and to South Africa, and stepped down from his public positions. This week, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa finally appeared before the
The drama between Aocate Dali Mpofu and Cyril Ramaphosa took precedence on the Deputy President’s second day of testifying at the Marikana Commission of Inquiry. Mpofu wants Ramaphosa, who has become a symbol of the violent collusion between Lonmin, the