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French PM poised to take caretaker role in deadlocked France

        By Jurgen HECKER   French Prime Minister Gabriel Attal was set to resign but stay on as head of a caretaker government Tuesday, officials said, with no replacement in sight as divided parliamentary groups succumb to infighting. President Emmanuel Macron is expected to accept Attal's resignation after Tuesday's cabinet meeting -- the first since his allies got roundly beaten in a snap National Assembly election called […]

todayJuly 16, 2024 5


Aanambelewa yepangelo itaazi we miilonga pethimbo momahogololo giilyo yegumbo lyopashigwana

Ominista yeyambulepo lyokomikunda noondoolopa Erastus Utoni okweetapo, onga oshinima sheendelela ,omalundululo mo section 77 yo Electoral Act,okupitika aanilonga yepangelo ya hogololwe momahpgololo go National Assembly itaaya thigipo iilonga yawo. O Electoral Amendment Bill otayi vulitha iilyo mbyoka yi longithe omasiku gawo gomafudho  pethimbo lyomahogololo ,noku galukila kiilonga ngele inaya mona oshipundi. Elunduluko ndika otali lalakanene oku kalekapo uuthemba wopakotampango ,oku kwashilipaleka iikumungu yomahogololo yi kale tayi longo nuupu,noku yambulapo ompito […]

todayJuly 13, 2024 3


200 candidates quit French runoff, aiming to block far right: AFP tally

        At least 200 candidates have stood down ahead of France's runoff election as President Emmanuel Macron and a left-wing coalition seek to block the far right, an AFP tally showed on Tuesday. On Sunday, France votes in the decisive final round of the snap legislative polls Macron called after his camp received a drubbing in European elections last month. The rivals are hoping that tactical withdrawals […]

todayJuly 2, 2024 20


Tensions flare between far right, Macron camp ahead of France vote

          By Paul Aubriat, Tom Barfield and Stuart Williams     Tensions soared on Thursday between supporters of Emmanuel Macron and the French far-right after its longtime leader Marine Le Pen cast doubt on the president's ability to act as head of the armed forces after legislative elections. The far-right National Rally (RN) is tipped to win the election, potentially giving Le Pen's party the post […]

todayJune 27, 2024 5

South Africa

ANC Announces Coalition Government with Five Parties

On Monday, the African National Congress announced that South Africa's new government currently includes five parties, collectively holding more than two-thirds of the seats in the National Assembly. The ANC, which failed to secure a parliamentary majority in last month's election for the first time since the end of apartheid in 1994, is continuing discussions with additional parties to further strengthen its coalition.

todayJune 18, 2024 19


Omupresitend goshilongo,nomupopi gopaalamende ya South Africa otaa hogololwa metitano

Chief Justice gwa South Africa Raymond Zondo okwa tseyitha kutya omupresitend  goshilongo  nomupopi gopaalamende otaya hogololwa metitano. Zondo otaka talela omutumba gotango go National Assembly moka iilyo tayi ka ganithilwa miilonga,noku hogolola omupopi gopalamende. Shiikwatelela kekotampango lya SA,omupresitend okuna oku hogololwa meni lyomasiku 14 konima ngele iizemo yomahogololo ya kolekwa.

todayJune 11, 2024 14


Snap elections in France: a political scientist lays out what’s at stake

            By Julien Robin, Université de Montréal   Speaking at a surprise address to the nation on Sunday evening, French president Emmanuel Macron told French citizens he had “decided to give [them] back the choice of our parliamentary future through the vote”. These words, pronounced in reaction to the historic surge of the far-right National Rally at the European elections, triggered the dissolution of France’s […]

todayJune 11, 2024 11

South Africa

New S.Africa parliament meets Friday to elect president

    South Africa's newly elected parliament will convene for the first time on Friday, authorities said, as political parties scramble to form a coalition after the election produced no outright winner. "The first sitting of the National Assembly shall be on Friday, 14 June 2024," Chief Justice Raymond Zondo wrote in an order released on Monday to the media by the justice ministry. Electing a speaker and South Africa's […]

todayJune 10, 2024 25


Macron urges French to make ‘right choice’ in poll gamble

      By Alice Hackman and Stuart Williams   President Emmanuel Macron said Monday he was confident the French would make the "right choice" in snap elections he called after the far right crushed his centrist alliance in Sunday's EU ballot. His surprise move came after mainstream centrist parties kept an overall majority in the European Parliament in Sunday's poll, but the far right notched up a string of […]

todayJune 10, 2024 10