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Jacob Zuma’s daughter cleared for duty

Thuthukile Zuma's job as chief of staff at the telecommunications and postal ministry has been okayed, but efforts to change the status quo are afoot.

Probe into ministry appointment clears Thuthukile Zuma

The appointment of President Zuma’s daughter to a plum state job has been cleared by the PSC, despite its own warnings in a previous report.

Probe into job for Zuma’s daughter

A study says chiefs of staff should have managerial competencies, showing that Thuthukile Zuma's appointment may have been out of line.

Letters to the editor: August 8 to 14 2014

M&G readers write in about the EFF and freedom of speech, and how Thuthukile Zuma's job is an insult to our democracy.

Public protector may probe Thuthukile Zuma’s appointment

Thuli Madonsela's office has received a complaint about the job given to President Jacob Zuma's daughter.

Editorial: ‘Political’ jobs still require scrutiny

Thuthukile Zuma shouldn't be disadvantaged on the basis of her surname, but the converse should also apply: it should not be the only consideration.

Khaya Dlanga: The gift and curse of being a Zuma

Thuthukile Zuma must prove she was hired because of her potential, but she's experiencing what many black employees experience in the corporate world.

Cwele to face questions over Thuthukile Zuma appointment

The DA will submit written questions to Siyabonga Cwele over his appointment of Jacob Zuma’s daughter to a powerful ministry position at just 25.

Zuma’s daughter gets top state job

Aged just 25, Thuthukile Zuma has been bumped up to chief of staff in the telecoms department.

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