POLITIQUES | POLITICS

06-Aug-2016 to 10:23

S/Africa: ‘We targeted one municipality but it didn’t work out’ - Malema

APA-Pretoria (South Africa) — South Africa’s second opposition Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema on Saturday said that his party had hoped to win one municipality but votes didn't go their way, APA learnt on Saturday.

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05-Aug-2016 to 21:47

Egypt: Group claims failed attempt on ex mufti's life

APA- Cairo (Egypt) — A group calling itself the Hasam Movement late on Friday claimed responsibility for the failed assassination bid on Egypt’s former grand mufti.

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05-Aug-2016 to 20:34

Swazis call for multi-party democracy

APA-Mbabane (Swaziland) — Monarchical Swaziland might try to introduce multi-party democracy after King Mswati III was advised to give it a try by his subjects at an ongoing consultation with ordinary people.

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05-Aug-2016 to 18:52

Swazis ponder Asian settlers’ role

APA-Mbabane (Swaziland) — The people of Swaziland have questioned why Asians who have acquired citizenship and are living in the country shy away from popular participation in its political affairs.

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05-Aug-2016 to 08:48

S/Africa: ANC leads national poll‚ DA in strong second place - IEC

APA-Pretoria (South Africa) — South Africa’s ruling African National Congress (ANC) is leading the national vote count‚ with more than 10 million votes‚ with the main opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) also putting in a strong showing, according to the latest available poll results.

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05-Aug-2016 to 07:51

S/African polls fair, transparent, credible - NGO

APA-Pretoria (South Africa) — South Africa’s 2016 local municipal elections were conducted in a transparent, fair and credible manner in line with the constitutional and legal framework of elections, the Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa (EISA) said on Friday.

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04-Aug-2016 to 18:39

Swazi PM under pressure to quit

APA-Mbabane (Swaziland) — People in Swaziland are demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Barnabas Dlamini, claiming he was incorrigibly corrupt.

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