South Africa’s economy contracts, slips into recession
South Africa’s economy fell into its first recession for almost a decade, exacerbating the rand’s decline amid the recent emerging-market rout and heaping pressure on President Cyril Ramaphosa.
South Africa drops Zuma's nuclear expansion dreams
South Africa confirmed on Monday it had scrapped plans to build a series of nuclear power stations, burying one of former president Jacob Zuma's most controversial policies.
ANC into PAC, COPE, EFF and now MAC won’t work
The African National Congress formed in 1912 by African intellectuals, traditional chiefs and leaders as well as working men and women to fight against racist laws of the new Union of South Africa experienced its first schism in 1959.
Zuma corruption case postponed until end November
South Africa’s former president Jacob Zuma appeared in court Friday over a $2.5-billion (2.15-billion-euro) corruption case linked to a 1990s arms deal, but the judge adjourned the trial until the end of November.
Zuma son in South Africa court on corruption charges
Duduzane Zuma, the son of scandal-hit former South African president Jacob Zuma, appeared in ankle shackles in a Johannesburg court on Monday on corruption charges before being released on bail.
Court summons Zuma’s son over fatal car crash
A Court on Tuesday summoned former South African president Jacob Zuma’s son Duduzane, to appear on July 12 to answer homicide charges over a fatal car crash in 2014.
South Africa court overturns seizure of Zuma allies' assets
A South African court on Monday ruled that assets seized in a multi-million-dollar fraud and money-laundering investigation into allies of ex-president Jacob Zuma should be returned.
Ally of ousted South African president Zuma steps down
A key ally of former South African president Jacob Zuma announced Wednesday he would resign as premier of North West province after violent protests over alleged corruption and mismanagement.