Zuma returns to court for pre-trial hearing in corruption case
South Africa's embattled ex-president Jacob Zuma returned to court on Tuesday for the latest round in a corruption case that saw lawyers clash angrily over the much-delayed proceedings.
South Africa's Zuma says 'people trying to kill me' poisoned his son
South Africa's embattled ex-president Jacob Zuma said Wednesday that "people who were trying to kill me" instead poisoned and killed his son in 2018.
The up and down of lockup and lockdown
We all remember the Yoruba children’s word game. You are asked to choose who you would rather be: would you rather be Mr./Mrs. Odolu or Mr./Mrs. Odele? Odolugbese and Odelesinrin mean Debtor.
South Africa's Zuma loses fresh bid to dodge bribe trial
South Africa's Supreme Court on Friday threw out an appeal by embattled ex-president Jacob Zuma, who sought to halt a corruption trial on charges related to a 1990s arms deal.
Acentus Akuku 'Danger': The Polygamist With 130 Wives And Over 200 Children
For many who knew him during his lifetime, the name Acentus Akuku ‘Danger’ is synonymous to polygamy. Call him the grandmaster of seduction if you must because he was Kenya's most prominent polygamist and is reported to have married more than 100 women in his lifetime and fathered over 200 children. The rise of "Danger"…
South Africa's Zuma returns from medical trip to Cuba
South Africa's graft-accused former president Jacob Zuma returned home on Saturday after a month-long trip to Cuba for medical treatment and declared he was not afraid of prison
Arrest warrant issued for South Africa's Zuma, suspended until May
A South African court on Tuesday issued an arrest warrant for embattled former president Jacob Zuma after he failed to appear for a pre-trial hearing over corruption charges he faces related to a 1990s arms deal.
Trouble before, Trouble after
At a time when most South African middle class voters, black and white, confess that they have no party to vote for, two parties are holding their annual elective conference right now.
South Africa court rejects Zuma appeal to prevent corruption trial
A South African court on Friday rejected an appeal by former President Jacob Zuma that sought to prevent his prosecution on corruption charges over a 2 billion dollars arms deal.