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SACP rounds on its leaders who back Zuma

The agriculture minister, the presidency deputy minister, four premiers and Cosatu’s leader are in the sights of the anti-JZ faction

Survey sheds light on who marched against Zuma and why

The latest protests against the president suggest that the complexion of South African protests is starting to change.

Wanted: A popular force for change

Moves towards authoritarian nationalism in SA must be checked.

SA’s democratic foundations shaken

There is a more dangerous reality here that we all have to take extremely seriously.

The weekly pop sack: Walking into the obscure like

We, the people, do not run the world, nor do we run this country.

Freedom Charter ‘still a wish list’

The lofty hopes of the iconic document rang hollow for many on Freedom Day, particularly in Kliptown.

ANC-led Nelson Mandela Bay rejects DA’s application for anti-Zuma protest

The ANC-led municipality has rejected applications from the DA to protest in the hotly contested metro, allegedly for security reasons.

Why ANC MPs rejected the Zuma impeachment motion

ANC MPs voted to keep Zuma in the power seat to ensure their own survival, writes Matuma Letsaolo.

In pictures: #ZumaMustFall protests

President Jacob Zuma might have taken pains to draw distinctions between his government and the apartheid regime - but public outrage is growing.

Zuma’s grip on power is slipping

Academic Jannie Rossouw says that the president's abrupt change of tack is evidence that his control of power is not as complete as was thought.

Zuma’s message to SA: Stop exaggerating our problems

President Jacob Zuma implored people not to resort to apartheid-era struggle methods to disrupt government, during his Reconciliation Day speech.

Vavi: #ZumaMustFall or SONA protests will rise

Former Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi has called on the ANC to fire President Jacob Zuma, amidst applause from the 3 000-strong crowd.

All the details: #ZumaMustFall marches

From Port Elizabeth to Pretoria, South Africans are united in their call for President Jacob Zuma to step down. Here are the details on the marches.

Thousands expected at #ZumaMustFall protests

Despite President Jacob Zuma's bid to rectify things after firing former finance minister Nhlanhla Nene, support remains for him to step down.

Clean slate: Kgalema Motlanthe draws election line

Insiders say that Kgalema Motlanthe is prepared to run for the ANC's presidency, but not on behalf of any faction that hopes to trade on his success.

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Centre for Women & Gender Studies

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National Science and Technology Forum

It's an independent SETI platform, an essential element of an active democracy and an important part of the collaboration process needed in SETI

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