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Ngcuka to sue Maharaj too

9th September 2003 National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP) Bulelani Ngcuka is to sue both City Press and former transport minister Mac Maharaj over... 

Abbas' resignation of grave concern

9th September 2003 Government has noted with grave concern the resignation of Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas on Saturday, the Foreign Affairs Department... 

Central African reconciliation forum to open

9th September 2003 Central African Republic's head of state Francois Bozize yesterday prepared to inaugurate a national forum in a bid to stem the country's chronic... 

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Arab league offers seat to Iraqi governing council-report

9th September 2003 The US said late yesterday it was pleased by reports that the US-appointed interim Iraqi Governing Council will be allowed to occupy Iraq's seat at... 

Mbeki warns on guarding biodiversity

9th September 2003 Natural resources and biological diversity are a priceless heritage the world can ill afford to lose, President Thabo Mbeki said yesterday. 

EU to deal with new Palestinian government

8th September 2003 European Union's foreign policy chief Javier Solana has considered the change of the Palestinian government "an internal Palestinian issue" and... 

UN must take wider role in Iraq-Bush

8th September 2003 US President George W Bush, seeking a broader UN role in Iraq, acknowledged pre-war tensions with historic allies but urged them not to "let past... 

UIF sacks finance officer

8th September 2003 The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) on Saturday announced the sacking of its chief financial officer due to alleged financial irregularities. 

Rwanda confirms Kagame’s landslide victory

6th September 2003 Rwanda's Supreme Court yesterday confirmed the results of the presidential election in which outgoing leader Paul Kagame won a landslide victory. 

Mbeki accuses media of being untruthful

6th September 2003 President Thabo Mbeki has accused sections of the South African press of sacrificing the truth in order to "advance particular political agendas". 

Assembly approves controversial health bill

6th September 2003 The controversial National Health Bill was approved by the National Assembly yesterday, despite vehement objections from opposition parties. 

EU ministers seek accord on Iraq, constitution

6th September 2003 EU foreign ministers gathered in Italy yesterday for talks likely to be dominated by Iraq and the Middle East, although brewing political storms at... 

Zim youth exploited to keep Zanu-PF in power

6th September 2003 The youth of Zimbabwe were being sacrificed to keep the country's ruling party, Zanu-PF, in power, according to a report by the Solidarity Peace... 

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