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Wanton violence follows false allegations, ANC veteran Derek Hanekom has said as he welcomed the court ruling that former president Jacob Zuma's statement that he was "a known enemy agent" is defamatory.
University of Zimbabwe's vice chancellor has dismissed claims that Grace Mugabe was not the author of her controversial doctorate thesis, and power struggles are ravaging Zimbabwe's MDC party.
Zimbabwe's incoming leader Emmerson Mnangagwa has just departed from an airport in neighbouring South Africa to make his return to his country.
When rival officers gunned down Lesotho's army chief and were then killed by his bodyguards, hopes that the mountain kingdom had escaped its cycle of violence also perished.
President Robert Mugabe has arrived in SA for a SADC summit amid controversy around his wife Grace, and President Jacob Zuma is set to take over the rotating chairmanship of SADC.
If President Jacob Zuma had failed to survive the vote of no confidence, the immediate short term reaction would have been one of excessive uncertainty, says an economist.
President Jacob Zuma has congratulated Rwandan president-elect Paul Kagame on his recent election victory, after sweeping through the vote last week.
President Jacob Zuma is meeting with DRC President Joseph Kabila in Pretoria, amid threats of protests by DRC citizens over election delays in the country.
A crocodile has killed and eaten an 8-year-old child in Zimbabwe, and a Nigerian lawmaker says the "good relations" between President Zuma and his Nigerian counterpart President Buhari should "rub off" onto the citizens
Attacks on National Treasury are nothing less than an unbridled attempt at further state capture and designed to get unfettered access to state resources, says Save SA.
As I was driving to work, I was met with the biggest blue light brigade I have ever seen. There were easily 10 big black SUVs, all with their blue lights on.
National Treasury has published draft regulations in terms of the Financial Sector Regulation Act and the public can now submit comments on these.
Every day work is done to improve the investment climate so that SA can get much-needed investments by local and foreign investors, says President Jacob Zuma.
Zanu-PF party youth leader has encouraged Grace Mugabe to use a whip on her errant "children", and SADC has described the killing of Lesotho's military chief as an "inexcusable barbaric and heinous act".
The retention of Jacob Zuma as president of the country in the face of mounting evidence that he is a risk to the republic sealed the fate of the ANC, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela
Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa has slammed opposition parties' “economic motivations” for a motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma as disingenuous.
Social media users have taken to Twitter to air their disapproval of the Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila's visit to South Africa.
President Jacob Zuma faces a key battle for his political survival this weekend when senior ANC members say they’ll push for the National Executive Committee to order him to step down.
An investment expert explains why the US stock market has risen 9% since Donald Trump’s surprise victory, and warns how London would react to a Nenegate 2.
Business confidence has continued its recovery in March after falling to its lowest in more than two decades in December, a survey showed.
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