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.
South Africa's Zuma delays corruption trial with appeal
South Africa's embattled former president Jacob Zuma has appealed a court decision to try him for corruption, a judicial spokeswoman said Sunday, delaying yet again a long-awaited date with justice.
Deputies and their bosses
During these last two weeks or so, the leader of the British Labour Party rescued his deputy from being thrown out of his position by making his position nonexistent in the party organogram or Organisation chart. This particular deputy is one of the greatest critics of the leader of the party.
South Africa's Zuma files last-minute appeal at corruption trial
South Africa's embattled former president Jacob Zuma will appeal a court ruling that he stand trial on corruption charges, his lawyer said Tuesday, in a last-minute move delaying a case over bribery allegations dating back to a 1990s arms deal.
Those leaving South Africa
The first time of hearing of qualified people leaving South Africa for greener pastures was when I was leaving Nigeria for South Africa.
South African graft monitor 'deceitful', 'not honest': top court
South Africa's apex court ruled Monday the country's anti-corruption ombudswoman had been "deceitful" and ordered her to pay from her own pocket part of the legal costs incurred in a row with the central bank.
Zuma pulls out of South African graft inquiry: lawyer
Former South African president Jacob Zuma on Friday withdrew from testifying to an inquiry into state corruption under his rule, citing biased treatment and harsh questioning.