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Three South African ministers call for President Zuma to resign
28 Nov 2016
At least three South African ministers have called for President Jacob Zuma to resign, local media reported Monday, in the most serious challenge to his leadership since he took power in 2009.
Military veterans seek new role in South Africa poaching war
27 Nov 2016
In another life, Lynn was a sniper in Afghanistan, Damien trained paramilitary forces in Iraq, and John worked undercover infiltrating drug cartels in central America.
South Africa braces for credit review as growth falls
25 Nov 2016
South Africa braced for a potentially damaging credit rating review Friday as Moody's releases its latest assessment amid political tension, reform blockages and weak economic data.
South Africans ashamed of their country
25 Nov 2016
A new study released by the Havas Creative Group seeks to understand how consumers are responding to intense change and uncertainty in their countries, and how brands can help ease those concerns.
South Africa union federation backs Ramaphosa for power
24 Nov 2016
South African deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa on Thursday won the support of Cosatu, the biggest union federation, to be the ANC party's next leader, boosting his chances of taking national power.
Mos Def to avoid South Africa trial over 'world passport'
22 Nov 2016
American rapper Mos Def will not face charges in South Africa for using a so-called "world passport" but will be banned from returning to the country, government officials said on Tuesday.
'Prophet' sprays followers with insect killer
21 Nov 2016
A self-styled prophet in South Africa on Monday defended spraying his followers in the face with insect killer saying the practice healed people of their sins.
Eskom chief resigns over South Africa graft scandal
11 Nov 2016
The head of South Africa's state-owned power company Eskom announced his resignation on Friday in a corruption scandal that has embroiled President Jacob Zuma.
Calls for South Africa's Zuma to resign at no-confidence vote
10 Nov 2016
South Africa's scandal-hit President Jacob Zuma faced a no-confidence vote in parliament Thursday, with the main opposition party calling on ruling ANC lawmakers to vote him out of office.
South Africa's Zuma faces new no-confidence vote
10 Nov 2016
South Africa's scandal-hit President Jacob Zuma faces a no-confidence vote in parliament on Thursday, but looks certain to survive despite mounting anger within his party.
South Africa graft probe piles pressure on Zuma
3 Nov 2016
South African President Jacob Zuma on Thursday faced increasing calls to resign after a damaging probe unearthed further evidence of alleged corruption at the top of the ANC government.
South Africa court orders Zuma graft report to be released Wednesday
2 Nov 2016
A potentially explosive report into corruption allegations against President Jacob Zuma must be released Wednesday, a South African court ruled, after his lawyers dropped a bid to block its publication.