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Zimbabwe: ACTSA Position Paper - January 2010

February 2010 will mark the anniversary of the formation of an inclusive government for Zimbabwe. ACTSA 1. Welcomes the start that has been made by the Unity Government in Zimbabwe on resolving some...

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DR Congo + 9 more

ACTSA Briefing Paper: Climate change in southern Africa

Introduction Global warming is the greatest environmental challenge facing the world today. Increasing global temperatures are bringing about rapid changes in weather patterns, rising sea levels and...

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ACTSA News Winter 2006

The following are among the articles contained in this issue: - Children and the HIV/AIDS epidemic - Update on campaign to stop EPA's - Challenges to trade unionism in Zimbabwe - Focus: Staying...

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Angola

Angola Peace Monitor Issue No. 7, Vol. XI

Electoral legislation debated On 20 April the Angolan parliament, the National Assembly, adopted several draft laws from the electoral legislative package that will form the foundations for national...

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Angola

Angola Peace Monitor Issue No. 6, Vol. XI

Stalemate in parliament over registration Fundamental differences continue to cause delay in adopting the package of legislation required for holding national elections in Angola in September 2006...

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Angola

Angola Peace Monitor Issue No. 5, Vol. XI

Government reshuffles continue The Angolan government on 27 January underwent a further reshuffle, with the Minister for Information, Hendrik Vaal Neto being the most senior politician to be...

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Angola

Angola Peace Monitor Issue No. 4, Vol. XI

United Nations fades away The United Nations is continuing its phased withdrawal from Angola, marking the end to its central involvement stretching back to 1988 when it played a key role in the...

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Angola + 4 more

Angola Peace Monitor Issue No. 3, Vol. XI

UNITA demand politicisation of Electoral Commission The largest opposition party, UNITA, has demanded that an Independent Electoral Commission be set up in such a way that it is itself represented,...

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Angola

Angola Peace Monitor Issue No. 2, Vol. XI

End to electoral impasse? Angola's President Jose Eduardo dos Santos has floated a suggestion that could unblock the electoral logjam that has stood in the way of setting the date for the next...

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Angola + 2 more

Angola Peace Monitor Issue No. 1, Vol. XI

Poor response to UN aid appeal Despite recent donations from the European Commission and France to the United Nations joint appeal for Angola, the appeal remains woefully under-funded, with little...

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Angola + 1 more

Angola Peace Monitor Issue No. 12, Vol. X

Election timetable proposed Angola's ruling party, the MPLA, has put forward a detailed timetable culminating in presidential and parliamentary elections in September 2006. The largest opposition...

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Angola

Angola Peace Monitor Issue No. 11, Vol. X

Deadlock in Constitutional Commission Negotiations towards Angola's first elections since 1992 appear deadlocked. Angola's main opposition party, UNITA, has continued its boycott of parliament's...

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Angola + 3 more

Angola Peace Monitor Issue No. 10, Vol. X

Angola signs up for African Peer Review Mechanism The Angolan government has joined the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM). Angola signed up on 8 July at the end of the African Union (AU) summit in...

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Angola + 1 more

Angola Peace Monitor Issue No. 9, Vol. X

Donor failure leads to cuts in UN appeal The United Nations Consolidated Appeal for Angola has been cut by almost a third in response to the lack of support from international donors. The UN had...

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Angola + 1 more

Angola Peace Monitor Issue No. 8, Vol. X

Aid boycott eases After months of receiving next to no international humanitarian aid, Angola has begun to see the tide turning. Donations have more than doubled in the space of a month. It is not...

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Angola Peace Monitor Issue No. 7, Vol. X

IMF agreement imminent A full formal agreement between Angola and the International Monetary Fund could be in place as soon as January 2005. Speaking to the British Angola Forum in London on 19...

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Angola

Angola Peace Monitor Issue No. 6, Vol. X

Aid boycott worsens despite IMF talks The Angolan government has announced that it is close to signing a formal agreement with the International Monetary Fund on economic reforms, including measures...

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Angola

Angola Peace Monitor Issue No. 5, Vol. X

Election delay until 2006 The Angolan government has announced that elections are likely to take place in 2006 in order to allow for the adoption of a new constitution and electoral law, and for...

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Angola

Angola Peace Monitor Issue No. 4, Vol. X

New call for donor conference Angola's president, Jose Eduardo dos Santos, has renewed his call for an international donors conference to help fund the reconstruction of the country. The call, made...

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