The African Union has warned Burundi against moves to jeopardise peace efforts after an international arrest warrant was issued for its ex-leader, Pierre Buyoya, and 16 other officials.
The African Union on Friday said an internal investigation had found sexual harassment to be “prevalent” within the organisation. The admission comes after a committee was established in May to investigate anonymous allegations.
Former president Andry Rajoelina told a crowd of supporters in the capital Antananarivo that “everything had been done to prevent (him) from scoring more than 40 percent” in the November 7 first round.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has led the South African delegation to the 11th Extraordinary Summit set for the 17th and 18th. The summit will discuss how to reform the African Union and make it more efficient by adopting fewer priorities.