Mere talk of Zuma ouster spurs bets on the rand

2017-05-24 23:10

Societe Generale, Credit Agricole and Citigroup are betting on a resurgence in the rand, which has lost 4% of its value since President Jacob Zuma sparked a crisis with a Cabinet reshuffle.

Women's department needs serious cash injection - minister, MPs

2017-05-24 22:05

MPs and Minister of Women in the Presidency Susan Shabangu have agreed her department's budget is limited and in need of a serious cash injection.

CPI, Zuma rumours push rand under R13/$

2017-05-24 12:11

Following reports that the ANC NEC wants to remove Jacob Zuma, the rand strengthened to R12.98/$.

Things are getting rough for Zuma - analyst

2017-05-23 22:34

Fired ministers are now using Parliament as a battleground to fight President Jacob Zuma, a political analyst says.

Zuma banned from speaking at Cosatu events

2017-05-23 15:08

Cosatu has barred President Jacob Zuma from speaking at its events - the first time that an ANC president has faced such a ban from an alliance partner.

Zuma condemns deadly Manchester suicide attack

2017-05-23 11:31

President Jacob Zuma has condemned the Manchester bomb attack in which 22 people, most of them children, have been killed.

Zuma refuses to answer questions on Nkandla tax, 'intelligence report'

2017-05-22 19:12

President Jacob Zuma has refused to answer a parliamentary question on fringe benefit tax on the non-security related upgrades to his homestead in Nkandla, and further questions on the so-called "intelligence report".

Two assessments of security features at Nkandla - Nhleko

2017-05-22 14:01

Public Works Minister Nathi Nhleko says his department conducted a structural damage assessment to one of the security features at President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla home, while the police have also conducted a security assessment.

Whoever joins the ANC is blessed - Zuma

2017-05-21 17:37

President Jacob Zuma has taken a jibe at the EFF while addressing an ANC rally in Nquthu and said if people voted for the ANC, there would be peace and unity in the municipality.

How the capture cancer spread

2017-05-21 05:52

Report reveals how the Guptas, with the help of the president and his cronies, cashed in on SA’s state resources, writes Setumo Stone.


DA and EFF have no faith in Muthambi

2017-05-24 23:01

Faith Muthambi couldn't escape reminders of her troubled tenure as communications minister when her first budget for her new department, Public Service and Administration, was debated.

SARS investigating Zuma's Nkandla fringe benefit tax

2017-05-24 16:49

The Democratic Alliance wants the SA Revenue Service to speed up its probe into President Jacob Zuma's fringe benefit tax relating to his Nkandla homestead upgrades.

Zuma's daughter accused of 'stealing' ANCYL branch

2017-05-24 10:32

The daughter of President Jacob Zuma and Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, Thuthukile Zuma, has been accused of “stealing” an ANC Youth League branch.

ANC leaders to discuss Zuma removal at NEC - Bloomberg

2017-05-23 15:27

The top leadership of the ruling African National Congress will discuss the option of removing President Jacob Zuma from his post at a May 26 to 28 meeting.

Business leaders call for state capture probe into Presidency

2017-05-23 13:20

Business Leadership South Africa has joined the chorus of calls by civil society and others in leadership for an independent inquiry into the Presidency over allegations of state capture.

Zuma no longer sees need to step into Moyane Treasury spat

2017-05-22 20:47

President Jacob Zuma says he no longer sees the need to mediate between the Finance Ministry and the SA Revenue Service as the respective leaders have a “good working relationship”.

Why Zuma keeps mum on Gordhan roadshow recall

2017-05-22 18:34

President Jacob Zuma says pending court cases prevent him from giving reasons why he recalled former finance minister Pravin Gordhan from an international roadshow.

'Mafia state' claim by churches is worrying - Ramaphosa

2017-05-22 11:04

The SA Council of Churches' belief that the country is on the brink of becoming a mafia state is worrying, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has said.

How not to govern

2017-05-21 06:06

President Jacob Zuma’s years as head of state have been a spectacular advert for the rule of law. They have taken our understanding of the interface between executive power and private business interests to an incredibly high level, writes Solani Ngobeni.

Watergate: Zuma buddy scored massive R1bn water deal

2017-05-21 05:51

Construction magnate who offered to pay the president’s Nkandla debt was paid R81m before he even broke ground on an acid mine drainage plant.

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