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10 days ago
ANCWL not backing down on Dlamini-Zuma
ANCWL not backing down on Dlamini-Zuma

The ANCWL is not backing down from its decision to back AU chairperson Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma to succeed President Jacob Zuma.

10 days ago
Zuma faces hurdle in bid to speed up land reform
Zuma faces hurdle in bid to speed up land reform

President Jacob Zuma’s bid to speed up the land reform programme could be in trouble, as the ConCourt put brakes on the process for 18 months.

10 days ago
Zuma appeals to #FeesMustFall protesters
Zuma appeals to #FeesMustFall protesters
ANC turns 105

President Jacob Zuma has appealed to all those involved in last year's protests over tertiary education fees to refrain from acts of protest.

12 days ago
#ANC105 - Zuma lists priorities for 2017
#ANC105 - Zuma lists priorities for 2017
ANC turns 105

The contentious issues of job creation, economic transformation and land reform are high on President Jacob Zuma's priority list for 2017.

20 days ago
Economic growth, jobs priority for 2017, says Zuma
Economic growth, jobs priority for 2017, says Zuma

In his New Year's message to South Africans President Zuma said government would focus on job creation and igniting economic growth in 2017.

23 days ago
Zuma changes tune on churches
Zuma changes tune on churches

President Jacob Zuma insists he simply cautioned against the church getting involved in political squabbles.

23 days ago
Zuma sends condolences to Lindiwe Sisulu
Zuma sends condolences to Lindiwe Sisulu
Politics

President Jacob Zuma has sent his "heartfelt" condolences to Minister Lindiwe Sisulu after her husband Professor Rok Ajulu died after a long illness.

26 days ago
South Africa is not broken, says Makgoba
South Africa is not broken, says Makgoba
News

Archbishop Thabo Makgoba has told President Zuma in his Christmas sermon that the church will “ignore” his recent call for ...

27 days ago
Opinion: 2016 set Zuma up for life and death political battle
Opinion: 2016 set Zuma up for life and death political battle

President Jacob Zuma can, in the phrase popularised by Queen Elizabeth II in 1992, claim the past year as his annus horribilis, writes Emsie Ferreira.