Jacob Zuma

 
Dlamini-Zuma takes lead in race to succeed JZ
Dlamini-Zuma takes lead in race to succeed JZ
African Union Commission chairperson Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma appears to have taken an early lead in the race to replace Jacob Zuma as ANC president,...
Gigaba: Factional splits threaten the ANC's grip on South Africa
Gigaba: Factional splits threaten the ANC's grip on South Africa
Splits within South Africa’s ruling ANC may cause it to lose power at the next national elections in 2019, according to a senior Cabinet...
Why South Africa's economy will be stuck unless there's a major political shift
Why South Africa's economy will be stuck unless there's a major political shift
The fundamental problem confronting South Africa today is a political culture that is defective and out of kilter with the needs of the majority of...
​#CulturePop: Mourning Mandoza amid data woes, bad feminism and gifted surgeons
​#CulturePop: Mourning Mandoza amid data woes, bad feminism and gifted surgeons
Unhappy endings ushered us into and out of last week. From the anniversary of the death of Steve Bantu Biko at the hands of apartheid’s wolves...
Zuma's dysfunctional Cabinet is a far cry from Mandela’s era
Zuma's dysfunctional Cabinet is a far cry from Mandela’s era
South Africa’s Cabinet has become dysfunctional. This highest executive body charged with managing the state’s daily affairs has 35 members....
Zuma pals clinch first nuclear deal
Zuma pals clinch first nuclear deal
Shantan Reddy, the son of President Jacob Zuma’s friend Vivian Reddy, has clinched what appears to be a landmark deal for the country’s...
[Video]Zuma pals score nuclear deal
[Video]Zuma pals score nuclear deal
Zuma's close family friend has been awarded a tender, while debate still rages about the nuclear deal programme.
Black business in spat over whether Zuma should finish his term
Black business in spat over whether Zuma should finish his term
The stance of the Black Business Council (BBC) that President Jacob Zuma should finish his term in office has divided the organisation, with two of...
Jimmy Manyi's foundation targets Sipho Pityana and AngloGold Ashanti for 'promoting anarchy' in SA, operating illegally
Jimmy Manyi's foundation targets Sipho Pityana and AngloGold Ashanti for 'promoting anarchy' in SA, operating illegally
The Decolonisation Foundation, led by former government spokesperson Mzwanele ‘Jimmy’ Manyi, intends to lay two formal complaints against...
Trial by public opinion: Why the Hawks stand accused of fighting the ANC's battles
Trial by public opinion: Why the Hawks stand accused of fighting the ANC's battles
A crack police investigative unit is being sucked into a political crisis engulfing South Africa’s ruling party as it faces allegations that...
South Africans are gatvol with state looting: It's Zuma versus the People
South Africans are gatvol with state looting: It's Zuma versus the People
In Ayi Kwei Armah’s 1968 novel, The Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born, corruption acquired more than a stench – it accumulated into a...
President Zuma laments 'abuse' he faces from MPs in the National Assembly
President Zuma laments 'abuse' he faces from MPs in the National Assembly
President Jacob Zuma has lamented the abuse he faces in the National Assembly every time he answers questions.

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