Tag: Sudan genocide

ACDP welcomes hard-hitting Al Bashir judgment by SCA

  ACDP MP and member of the Justice and Correctional Services Portfolio Committee, Steven Swart, on Tuesday (March 15, 2016) welcomed the Supreme Court of Appeal’s judgment dismissing government’s appeal and finding that its failure to arrest Sudanese President, Omar Al Bashir, was unlawful. Bashir whose regime is implicated in […]

Disregarding the rule of law

[notice]By Mike Pothier — Research Co-ordinator[/notice] Originally published in Response, June 17, 2015 — SA Catholic Bishops Conference Parliamentary Liaison Office There may be some validity to the argument that the International Criminal Court (ICC) has shown a bias against prominent African figures by focusing its prosecutorial efforts on warlords, […]

SA Govt to face contempt of court charges over Bashir?

Originally published in allAfrica.com A South African legal NGO is “strongly considering” bringing contempt of court charges against government officials for allowing President Omar al-Bashir to leave the country on Monday. The Southern African Litigation Centre (SALC), the group which secured a court order for Bashir’s arrest, said in a […]