South Africa's Ramaphosa misled parliament: ethics watchdog
South Africa's ethics watchdog on Friday said President Cyril Ramaphosa misled parliament last year over a 500,000 rand ($36,000) donation to his campaign fund from a company facing extensive corruption allegations.
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.
South Africa’s Zuma, back at inquiry, says his life in danger
Former South African President Jacob Zuma on Tuesday said he had received a death threat after his testimony the previous day to an inquiry on corruption.
South African ex-footballer Batchelor shot dead outside home
Former South African footballer Marc Batchelor was shot dead in an apparent targeted killing on Monday evening as he drove home in Johannesburg, police said.
Makinde makes details of N50b assets declaration public
Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State yesterday declared his assets, including property in Nigeria, South Africa and the United States (U.S.) and cash in naira, dollars and rand and companies worth over N50 billion
South Africa's graft-accused Zuma claims he has been 'vilified'
South Africa's graft-accused ex-president Jacob Zuma said on Monday he had been "vilified", as he testified at a judicial inquiry into the alleged looting of state funds while he was in power.
Southern Sun Ikoyi celebrates staff for decade of service
As part of activities to mark its 10th anniversary in Nigeria, the Southern Sun Ikoyi, alongside Tsogo Sun South-Africa, came together in celebrating and appreciating staff members of the brand who had spent a decade of service to the Southern Sun Ikoyi brand and the Nigerian people.
South African court acquits Zuma's son over car crash
A South African court on Friday acquitted Duduzane Zuma, the son of former president Jacob Zuma, of manslaughter charges over a fatal late-night car crash in 2014.