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Explainer: Recall, motion of no confidence and impeachment

What are the differences and implications of these three processes? Find out in this handy guide.

Motata probe could make history

A decade after the judge’s drunk driving incident, he may face impeachment if found guilty of professional misconduct

Judges at odds over impeachment

Minority of justices believe the president has been held to account over Nkandla, but it’s the majority view that counts

Concourt to rule on proceedings to impeach Zuma

Opposition parties argued that an ad hoc committee should be established in Parliament to force Zuma to answer questions about Nkandla.

Zuma’s ghosts return to haunt him

The president returns to court in three separate cases, but Parliament will also be a battleground.

[Archives] How do we impeach a president?

Impeachments and votes of no confidence are more about politics than law.

Rousseff’s supporters play for time

The beleagured Workers’ Party believes people will tire quickly of the opposition leaders.

Watch: Trevor Manuel calls on Zuma to resign

Former Finance Minister Trevor Manuel has joined a growing number of ANC leaders calling on the President to resign.

Did Zuma break his oath of office?

Concourt stated that Zuma might have been following wrong legal advice but that did not detract from the illegality of his conduct.

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