There was no immediate comment from the African organisation on the Moroccan statement.
he damage Zuma has done to the ANC was evident on Saturday when the party attracted less than half the 100,000 people it expected for a key rally
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They are recognised for the instrumental role they are playing in shaping their societies
Burundi descended into bloodshed when President Nkurunziza decided to run for a controversial third term, which he went on to win in July elections
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Memo sees the UN as helpless, even as nightmare of a genocide such as in Rwanda in 1994, looms
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It would crown a comeback from political obscurity after Thabo Mbeki outmaneuvered him to become deputy president in 1994.
A resident said she counted the bodies of four murdered people on Wednesday night.
Risks sliding back into civil war after dramatic rise in killings, arrests and detentions, and over 200,000 refugees fleeing to neighbouring countries
South Africa’s ANC bleeds, losing members as anger mounts. Party chief says internal feuds could be deadly
Party’s election majority has dropped over the years because people have become disillusioned - President Zuma.
Many people are worried at rising tensions in the capital Bujumbura, where gunfire is regularly heard at night.
Former chief of intelligence and key ally to Burundi president was killed by a rocket fired at his car, as concerns swirl over stability.
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Despite their words, their body language suggested regional leaders are not shedding tears over the Burundi leader's misfortune.
A madrassa Johannesburg trains Muslim students and foreigners “to keep them ready for a possible Jihad against USA aggression in the Middle East”