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12 Jul 2016
One hundred years after they fought together in World War I, white and black soldiers are finally being honoured equally at South Africa's memorial on the former battlefields in northern France.
6 Jul 2016
Highlighting how high the stakes are in next month's local elections, South African President Jacob Zuma himself took to the stump this week in a township rocked by anti-government protests in June.
4 Jul 2016
The state visit to Nigeria by President Jacob Zuma sometime ago marked the beginning of a new chapter in relations between Nigeria and South Africa. Both countries have shared a sometime turbulent history....
30 Jun 2016
The initial call to help embattled President Jacob Zuma repay an amount of over $500,000 to the state treasury started from the powerful wing of the Africa National Congress (ANC) in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) province.
28 Jun 2016
South Africa’s treasury has recommended President Jacob Zuma pay back $509,000 (£385,000) to the government for upgrades made to his private home.
27 Jun 2016
South African President Jacob Zuma should pay back $500,000 of public funds used to upgrade his private residence with facilities including a chicken coop and swimming pool, the treasury said Monday.
23 Jun 2016
The two killed were shot on Tuesday night. “Two of the suspects were shot and killed following looting at Mamelodi,” police said in a statement, adding that those arrested would face charges of violence and theft.
21 Jun 2016
Vehicles were torched and roads were barricaded with rocks and burning tyres in South Africa's capital Pretoria Tuesday in violent protests over a disputed mayoral candidate for upcoming municipal elections.
18 Jun 2016
As the new Consul-General of South Africa, Darkey Africa resumed work in Lagos, South Africa High Commission in Nigeria has advocated for a continuous better working relationship between Nigeria and South Africa for a greater Africa.
15 Jun 2016
On June 16, 1976, thousands of black students spilled into the streets of Soweto against a government order that South African schools could only teach in the Afrikaans language used by whites.
8 Jun 2016
South Africa's economy contracted by 1.2 percent at the start of the year in a surprisingly sharp downturn for Africa's most industrialised nation, official statistics showed Wednesday.
1 Jun 2016
Indeed, visibly belligerent were the socialist/communist ideologues on the left wing, while on the right side, were their similarly non-compromising capitalist and conservative adherents.

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