South Africa president to pay back $35,000 campaign funds
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa will pay back 500,000 rand ($35,000) donated to his campaign fund by a firm with links to his son after admitting he misled parliament, an official said. Ramaphosa has staked his reputation on fighting corruption after his predecessor Jacob Zuma was mired in graft scandals that finally led to his…
South Africa's Zuma seeks to have corruption case scrapped
South Africa's former president Jacob Zuma on Friday lodged a court application to try to have quashed $2.5-billion corruption case linked to a 1990s arms deal, state prosecutors said.
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.
South Africa inquiry opens into alleged graft under Zuma
A public inquiry opened in South Africa on Monday, probing alleged corruption under scandal-tainted former president Jacob Zuma, who is accused of overseeing widespread graft during his nine-year reign.
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's son charged with culpable homicide over crash
Duduzane Zuma, the son of South Africa's former president Jacob Zuma, appeared in court on Thursday on culpable homicide charges over a fatal late-night car crash in 2014.
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's Zuma graft case delayed by funding woes
South Africa's ex-president Jacob Zuma appeared in court Friday ahead of a corruption trial, raising questions about ballooning legal costs before addressing adoring crowds outside who condemned his prosecution.