GOUVERNANCE | GOVERNANCE

08-Feb-2021 to 16:01

Sudan: PM Hamdok dissolves cabinet

APA-Khartoum (Sudan) — Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok has announced dissolving his entire cabinet, pending the appointment of new members on Monday, APA can report.

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03-Feb-2021 to 13:26

Zuma faces charges for refusal to attend corruption probe

APA-Pretoria (South Africa) — South Africa’s Commission of Inquiry into State Capture will lay a criminal complaint against former president Jacob Zuma for failing to appear before it on 18 January, Commission chairperson and Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo announced on Wednesday.

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02-Feb-2021 to 09:37

Niger election: The last contenders casting their nets wide

APA-Niamey (Niger) — The last two rivals in Niger’s February 21, 2021 presidential election, Mohamed Bazoum and Mahamane Ousmane, are required to forge alliances.

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02-Feb-2021 to 07:02

S/Africa: Defiant Zuma refuses to attend state capture inquiry

APA-Johannesburg (South Africa) — Former South African president Jacob Zuma on Monday said that he would not attend the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture sessions in defiance of last week's order by the country’s Constitutional Court for him to appear before the panel to answer to corruption allegations.

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29-Jan-2021 to 08:14

Traffic police, most corrupted organ in Rwanda, says Transparency International

APA - Kigali (Rwanda) — Traffic Police and administrative authorities in charge of issuing construction permits are the most corrupt public institutions in Rwanda, a fresh report by global watchdog Transparency International revealed Thursday.

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29-Jan-2021 to 07:44

Botswana ranked second least corrupt African country

APA-Gaborone (Botswana) — Botswana remained the second least corrupt African country for the second year running in 2020 after Seychelles, according to the latest corruption perception report published by Transparent International on Thursday.

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28-Jan-2021 to 14:09

S/African court orders Zuma to appear before graft probe panel

APA-Pretoria (South Africa) — South Africa’s Constitutional Court on Thursday ordered former president Jacob Zuma to return to the Commission of Inquiry on State Capture to provide evidence as a witness to the forum.

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