• South Africa
    History made as Zuma loses ConCourt battle

    Judicial history was made in South Africa on Thursday morning when the Constitutional Court announced that President Jacob Zuma had defied the Constitution when he and the National Assembly decided to set aside remedial actions by Public Protector Thuli Madonsela. “The president failed to uphold, defend and respect the Constitution,” Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng said […]

  • South Africa
    Zuma agrees to pay back the money

    President Jacob Zuma has proposed an end to the legal controversy regarding the public protector’s March 2014 report on Nkandla: ‘Secure in Comfort’, the Presidency said in a statement on Tuesday evening. “To achieve an end to the drawn-out dispute in a manner that meets the public protector’s recommendations and is beyond political reproach, the […]

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    Corruption is a white man’s thing says Zuma

    The Democratic Alliance has noted, with great concern, reports of President Jacob Zuma’s 2009 representations to the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA), in which he negates corruption as a victimless crime, which finds its roots in the Western world. “I will be writing to the President to demand clarity about this disturbing position he took and […]

  • Africa
    Dlamini Zuma elected new AU Commission chairperson

    Addis Ababa – The Southern African Development Community (SADC) exploded with jubilation following news on Sunday night that South Africa’s Home Affairs Minister Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma had won her bid to become the first woman to lead the powerful African Union Commission. Dlamini Zuma, one of South Africa’s longest serving cabinet ministers, managed to garner […]

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