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In a groundbreaking development, a judge in London has insisted that arms giant BAE Systems appears to have benefited from corrupt payments in Tanzania.
In a shock development, a deal between BAE Systems and the Serious Fraud Office has been challenged by the very judge who was expected to rubber-stamp it.
Protests are expected when arms giant BAE Systems comes to court on Monday to agree a “plea bargain” with the Serious Fraud Office (SFO).
A crucial court hearing involving multinational arms firm BAE Systems will be held just before Christmas, raising fears it will allow BAE to “bury bad news”.
Arms firm BAE Systems will appear in court to agree a "plea bargain" over alleged corruption. But the legality of the settlement has been questioned.
Bishops of the Anglican Church in Southern Africa say they are deeply disturbed by news of growing human rights abuses in Swaziland.
Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, often described as South Africa's moral compass, officially retired on his 79th birthday.
Anglican and Roman Catholic bishops in South Africa have urged the government to withdraw and redraft a proposed restrictive media law.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Catholic Cardinal Wilfrid Napier are opposing a proposed media law that critics say resembles apartheid legislation.
A public service strike is hurting hospital patients and students, and the government and unions should act to end it, says the Archbishop of Cape Town.