Former President Omar Al-Bashir, who was deposed in a military-led coup in April 2019, is the most high-profile among the individuals wanted by the ICC: He faces charges of war crimes, genocide, and crimes against humanity committed in Darfur.
In June this year two lawyers filed a complaint at the International Criminal Court (ICC) naming European Union member states’ migration policies in the Mediterranean as crimes against humanity.
As the world marks the Day for International Justice (DIJ), which commemorates the adoption of the Rome Statute in 1998 that helped to establish the International Criminal Court (ICC). Asamah Kadiri, Partner and Head of Litigation and Dispute Resolution joins CNBC Africa for more.
André Guichaoua | Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne The multi-party systems established in Kenya, Tanzania and Zambia in the early 1990s have endured despite electoral violence. But democratic hopes have been dashed or perverted throughout...
By Stephanie van den Berg THE HAGUE - The International Criminal Court on Thursday rebuked South Africa for not arresting Sudan's president on a genocide warrant when he visited Johannesburg in 2015, but declined...
Gauteng, Africa’s richest province and the economic engine of South Africa is a place of hope. It is a place where many come to escape poverty and seek enormous opportunities. These are...
South Africa: Revocation of withdrawal from the ICC a chance to rethink thwarting pursuit of justice
"It remains to be seen if this revocation means a shift in Government’s intention to withdraw from the ICC or rather a temporary step to comply with the High Court decision and exhaust domestic procedures before formalising its withdrawal."