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Paul Vecchiatto

Paul Vecchiatto

    NEWS ANALYSIS: Zuma’s waning power exposed by stalled nuclear plan
    NEWS ANALYSIS: Zuma’s waning power exposed by stalled nuclear plan
    Government's decision to stall plans championed by President Jacob Zuma to build nuclear plants has exposed his waning authority.
    Government delays nuclear plant plans as economy stagnates
    Government delays nuclear plant plans as economy stagnates
    South Africa delayed plans to build new nuclear power plants over concern about their cost and the waning demand for additional electricity as...
    ANC backs Zuma as MPs prep for DA's 'annual and frivolous' no-confidence motion
    ANC backs Zuma as MPs prep for DA's 'annual and frivolous' no-confidence motion
    South Africa’s ruling party leadership rallied around President Jacob Zuma after the nation’s graft ombudsman implied he may have allowed the...
    Ramaphosa gains from Zuma's woes in presidential succession race
    Ramaphosa gains from Zuma's woes in presidential succession race
    South African President Jacob Zuma’s chances of finishing his second and final term may have dimmed after being implicated in a new graft probe...
    Splits widen in ANC as Jackson Mthembu breaks ranks
    Splits widen in ANC as Jackson Mthembu breaks ranks
    Splits are widening in South Africa’s ruling African National Congress over President Jacob Zuma’s leadership and a decision by prosecutors to...
    Zuma squabbles have everyone asking: Who’s running South Africa?
    Zuma squabbles have everyone asking: Who’s running South Africa?
    It’s hard to know who’s leading South Africa.
    Zuma seeks advice of chief execs to avoid junk status
    Zuma seeks advice of chief execs to avoid junk status
    With South Africa at risk of falling into recession and having its credit-rating downgraded to junk, President Jacob Zuma is trying to patch up...
    Argus tour 'boosted W Cape economy by R450m'
    Argus tour 'boosted W Cape economy by R450m'
    The Cape Argus Cycle Tour held this past weekend was estimated to have contributed R450-million to the Western Cape's economy.
    Private sector needs to step up, says Gordhan
    Private sector needs to step up, says Gordhan
    Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has called on the private sector to take up the challenge and become more involved in the economy through the...
    DA targets Ebrahim Patel over Canyon Springs scandal
    DA targets Ebrahim Patel over Canyon Springs scandal
    The Democratic Alliance (DA) has accused the South African Clothing and Textile Workers Union (Sactwu) of shielding Economic Development Minister...
    Cosatu calls for protests over solar sector jobs failure
    Cosatu calls for protests over solar sector jobs failure
    Cosatu in the Western Cape is planning protests at Parliament over what it claims is government's failure to implement job commitments regarding...
    DA's annual Cabinet report card hands Zuma an 'F'
    DA's annual Cabinet report card hands Zuma an 'F'
    President Jacob Zuma received an "F" and the average Cabinet score was a "D", according to the DA's annual Cabinet report card.