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November 14, 2013. The homestead of President Jacob Zuma in Nkandla. Picture: TEBOGO LETSIE Sunday times

Malema: prosecute JZ for Nkandla

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

RAYMOND SUTTNER

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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SA death toll in Nigeria up to 84: report

THE number of South Africans killed in a building collapse in Nigeria has increased from 67 to 84, SABC radio news reported  today.

Zuma Speaks at Progressive Professionals Forum

Zuma must retain control of ANC to stay out of jail

“IZINTO zizoshintsha!” proclaimed a beaming Jacob Zuma. He had just taken the oath for a second presidential term and was addressing an equally excited crowd gathered on the cheap seats. Unlike the measured and dry speech he had delivered earlier to the respectable audience, he was now forthright, promising drastic changes.

President Jacob Zuma

If Zuma goes what do we do about leftover situation

THERE is much speculation over the future of President Jacob Zuma as a number of critical issues come simultaneously to a head.

Pravin Gordhan Delivers Mid-Term Budget Speech

Zuma to respond to laureates on Dalai Lama visa

PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma will respond to the 14 Nobel laureates who wrote to him asking for a South African travel visa to be granted to the Dalai Lama.

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NPA hands over tapes

End of beginning, vows DA. A SEALED A5 envelope containing a single memory stick that took five years, six court cases and millions of rands to acquire.

President Jacob Zuma  welcomed the release of the spy tapes, for which the DA's Helen Zille fought in court. Picture: Gallo Images

Zuma welcomes release of ‘spy tapes’

PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma today welcomed the release of the so-called “spy tapes”.

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