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Iraq's remaining WMDs not worth war - ex-UN inspector

31st March 2003 Iraq's remaining weapons of mass destruction are not formidable enough to justify the US-led invasion, a former United Nations chief weapons... 

Zim crisis could undermine Nepad - Amos

31st March 2003 The issue of Zimbabwe could see developed nations lose their collective vigour for plans to revive Africa, British Minister for Africa Valerie Amos... 

Madikizela-Mandela will seek interdict on Tuesday

31st March 2003 African National Congress MP Winnie Madikizela-Mandela will seek an urgent interdict on Tuesday to stop National Assembly Speaker Dr Frene... 

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Tensions rises during Harare by-elections

30th March 2003 Voters went to the polls Sunday in two suburbs of the Zimbabwe capital Harare on the second day of key by-elections as opposition leader Morgan... 

Muluzi names successor ahead of 2004 poll

30th March 2003 Malawi President Bakili Muluzi on Sunday endorsed Economic Planning Minister Bingu wa Mutharika to succeed him as president, signalling his exit... 

SA talking to Zim on peaceful protests - Mbeki

28th March 2003 South Africa has approached the government of Zimbabwe regarding the right to peaceful demonstrations in that country, according to President Thabo... 

Inflation-targeting escape clause a mistake - Mboweni

28th March 2003 Including an escape clause in South Africa's inflation targeting framework was a mistake, Reserve Bank Governor Tito Mboweni said on Friday. 

State's financial management improving - Fakie

27th March 2003 The financial management of government departments and provinces is improving, but a lack of internal controls remains a source of concern, Auditor... 

India, Pakistan conduct new missile tests

27th March 2003 Nuclear enemies India and Pakistan Wednesday defiantly conducted missile tests at the height of the US-led war in Iraq, amid rising tensions in... 

PAC disappointed by De Lille's decision to form new party

27th March 2003 Patricia de Lille was using the very legislation she had opposed to deprive the Pan Africanist Congress of a seat in Parliament, the party said on... 

Cosatu supports Budget consultation proposal

27th March 2003 The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) has welcomed the decision of Parliament's Joint Rules Committee to approve the report of a... 

UN coordinator should augment Iraq interim government

27th March 2003 The Iraqi interim government that replaces Saddam Hussein's regime should be augmented by a UN coordinator as soon as possible after taking power,... 

Africa needs common defence policy - Dlamini-Zuma

27th March 2003 Foreign affairs minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma said on Thursday the time had come for Africa to adopt a common defence and security policy. 

Rwanda accuses DRC of violating peace accords

27th March 2003 Rwanda on Thursday accused the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) of violating the Pretoria and Lusaka accords designed to bring peace to... 

SA gets preferential access into Russain market

27th March 2003 Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma has welcomed a decree by the Russian Federation that includes South Africa on the list of... 

Parliament's rules committee calls for powers to amend Budget

26th March 2003 Parliament's joint rules committee accepted on Tuesday a proposal that legislation be drafted empowering the institution to amend the Budget. 

Angry anti-war protests across Arabian peninsula

26th March 2003 The US-led attack on Iraq has sparked angry protests across the Arabian peninsula with the most violent in Yemen, where authorities seem at a loss... 

DRC parties set to resume talks on military transition

26th March 2003 Government and rebel army chiefs in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) will resume talks in South Africa Wednesday on a military transition in... 

Zim State violence escalating - MDC

26th March 2003 Zimbabwe's opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) on Wednesday said the level of violence in the country was escalating -- and it blamed... 

AU comcern over rise in Uganda-Rwanda tensions

25th March 2003 The African Union (AU) expressed great concern Monday over escalating tension between Uganda and Rwanda. 

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