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​NPA ‘dragging their feet’ with Zuma poison plot – MaNtuli’s lawyer

"If there are allegations to answer, why not bring her to court and test [them] in court?," he said.

Top cop heads probe into first lady ‘threat’

Uncertainty surrounds the arrest, hospitalisation and detention of a Tanzanian man charged with intimidating and extorting Nompumelelo Ntuli-Zuma.

From Zuma Inc to Zuma.org

The foundations on which the president's private empire is built: Is the Zuma clan's work in the non-profit sector philanthropy or influence trading?

Traditionalists rally behind the man with many wives

President Jacob Zuma, who is getting married for the sixth time this weekend, has repeatedly argued that polygamy is part of his Zulu tradition.

Zuma’s wife settles CCMA dispute

President Jacob Zuma's wife, MaNtuli, has solved a labour dispute with her domestic worker, Doris Ngobese.

Kill the fatted calf for the occasion

It wasn't the alleged infidelity that shocked me but the price that had to be paid; the sad unsuspecting goat that had to pay with its life.

Zuma faces another family scandal

President Jacob Zuma's second wife Nompumelelo Ntuli has a 13-year-old son with South African actor Joe Mafela.

‘Media must stop discussing Zuma’s private life’

Nonkululeko Mhlongo was the mother of President Jacob Zuma's two daughters and she was well respected in the family, a relative said on Thursday

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