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South Africa Court Backs Reinstating Zuma Corruption...

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — A South African court on Friday dealt a legal blow to President Jacob Zuma, opening the way to the reinstatement of...

5 Years After 34 South African Miners...

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Five years after South African police shot dead 34 striking mine workers, recalling police brutality under apartheid, rights groups say no...

Zuma Survives No-Confidence Vote, But Troubles Still...

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — President Jacob Zuma survived a no-confidence vote Tuesday in the seventh and most serious attempt to unseat him after months of...

ANC Warns Party MPs Not to Vote...

The African National Congress has warned that party MPs risk being fired if they vote with the opposition in a motion of no confidence...

‘Land or Death:’ South Africans Fiercely Protest...

Pretoria, South Africa — A small but noisy group of South African activists gathered Friday Feb. 18, in the nation’s capital to bring attention...

Zimbabwe’s Mugabe and South Africa’s Zuma Head...

Two African leaders have confirmed their participation in the funeral of the late Cuban leader and nationalist Fidel Castro. Another leader has suspended his...

Zuma to National Assembly: Stop Comparing South...

Cape Town – “Stop comparing South Africa with other similar-sized countries.” That was the message from President Jacob Zuma on Wednesday when he responded to...

High Court Demands Release of Corruption Report...

A potentially explosive report into corruption allegations against President Jacob Zuma must be released on Wednesday, a South African court has ruled, after his...

South African Students Refuse to Budge In Wake...

South African police have fired tear gas at students at Wits University in Johannesburg after they forced their way into lecture halls. The university reopened...

President Zuma Visits French Memorial to Honor...

One hundred years after they fought together in World War I, white and Black soldiers are finally being honored equally at South Africa's memorial...

President Zuma Calls on Young People to...

JOHANNESBURG – On Thursday, South Africa will commemorate the 40th anniversary of the 1976 Soweto Uprising. President Jacob Zuma’s official address will be made at...

South Africans Gather on Human Rights Day...

South Africans from all walks of life commemorated the Sharpeville Massacre on Monday, with politicians using the day to encourage national unity, while President...

Black Business Council Urges ANC to Help...

The Black Business Council urged the democratically elected national executive on Thursday to navigate the country through the crisis of allegations that the Gupta...

South Africa President Switches Gears About $23M...

South Africa's President Jacob Zuma has made a U-turn in court over his refusal to repay some of the $23 million of state money...

Nigeria Boasts the Most Open Economy for...

At the time when the Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC) imposed a hefty $5.2 billion (R74.57bn) fine against telecoms giant MTN, the country was open...

South Africa Central Bank Raises Interest Rate...

South Africa’s central bank raised interest rates on Thursday in a bid to protect its battered currency against the fallout from an expected rate...

Mass Protest at a South African University...

In what is being characterized as a defining moment in South African higher education, a student protest took place at a major university to...

Russia Is Working to Regain World Power...

From 1961 to 1992, one of Moscow’s most prestigious schools bore the name of Patrice Lumumba, the Soviet-supported Congolese independence leader brutally executed in...

Despite Dissatisfaction With President Zuma, South Africa...

Though there is growing discontent with the leadership of South African President Jacob Zuma, he is widely expected to sweep to victory when South...

In First Election Since Mandela’s Death, S....

With elections approaching on May 7, South Africa faces a watershed moment in its first balloting since the death of Nelson Mandela: Will it...

Nelson Mandela Statue Unveiled by Zuma in...

A smiling Nelson Mandela stands nine meters tall, looking out over and embracing the city of Pretoria with outstretched arms. South African President Jacob Zuma...
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