Zuma wows Graaff-Rienet … (while Malema is cheered in EL: http://bit.ly/1lUL9DK) THOSE who left the ANC should return so their skills can be used by the state, President Jacob Zuma told a packed Masizakhe Stadium in Graaff-Reinet yesterday.
IT IS true that South African indigenous traditional leaders have no power in any of the state undertakings all the way from local government through to national, with regard to policy formulation, whether this deals with economic development, social, or any other activity.
WHEN the South African constitution was being drafted in 1993, its weakest link – now visibly cracked – was the party-list system for elections of politicians.
THE campaign ahead of next month’s national elections is in full swing and political parties are out to impress you and win your vote.
THERE was a time when President Jacob Zuma was running out of patience. He could no longer tolerate loudmouths.
BUSINESS and diplomats have responded tersely to this week’s snub by President Jacob Zuma of the fourth European Union (EU)-Africa summit in Brussels‚ after Zuma said Africans were “not subjects” to be told by Europeans “who must come” and “not come” to such an event.
THE ANC caucus has shouted down public protector Thuli Madonsela, accusing her of being “condescending” to parliament and President Jacob Zuma’s cabinet ministers.
PUBLIC Protector Thuli Madonsela’s report on the security upgrades at Nkandla is a potentially defining moment in South Africa’s democratic journey.