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President Jacob Zuma during the ANCYL consultative conference on November 26, 2014 at the University of Johannesburg in Soweto

Zuma turns his focus on metro

President Jacob Zuma will lead a high-powered ANC delegation to Nelson Mandela Bay Metro on Monday in an effort to solve ongoing “troubles” in the party in the region.


Zuma expresses shock at Meyiwa’s death

President Jacob Zuma expressed shock and outrage today at the death of Bafana Bafana captain Senzo Meyiwa.


Zuma compares Nkandla with George Airport

President Jacob Zuma has compared the construction of George airport for apartheid head of state PW Botha, and his own home in Nkandla, Beeld reported.

Former police colonel and apartheid arch-assasin Eugene de Kock. Picture: FILE


A selection of quotes of Southern African interest.   “We had an argument. At one stage, I went to the kitchen, had a sip of beer and went back to argue. I did name her the k-word [sic].” — Andre van Deventer testifying in the Cape Town Magistrate’s Court. He is charged with crimen injuria for allegedly insulting domestic worker Gloria Kente.

Newly-appointed SARB governor says he won’t disappoint

Newly-appointed SA Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago today vowed not to let the country down.

DEAL: President
Jacob Zuma
with his Russian
Vladimir Putin
Picture: FILE

Zuma nuclear deal far from done and dusted

President Jacob Zuma may well have made a political deal with President Vladimir Putin for Russia to supply South Africa with eight nuclear reactors. Many suspect so, and the rumours have been strong since early last year when a series of circumstances coincided to stoke the mill.

The homestead of President Jacob Zuma in Nkandla. Picture: FILE

Malema: prosecute JZ for Nkandla

EFF leader Julius Malema has called on parliament to recommend that President Jacob Zuma be charged with corruption.


False divide posed between legislature, executive and PP

WHILE many eyes have been glued to the drama that played out in parliament during the debate of no confidence in the speaker, it is possible to miss the structural implications, the erosion of the standing of parliament and other public institutions, potentially crippling democratic rule.

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