NPA denies payments were made to Zuma's rape accuser - report

2019-01-11 12:51

The National Prosecuting Authority has denied making any payments to the late Fezeka [Fezekile] "Khwezi" Kuzwayo, who accused former president Jacob Zuma of rape.

8 things to know about Gordhan's first day at the state capture inquiry

2018-11-19 22:17

Denel, nuclear, hiring and firing all made an appearance in Public Enterprise Minister Pravin Gordhan's first day of testimony. Here is a roundup of eight key themes that emerged.

A decade of officials' conduct to be probed in lifestyle audits - Gordhan

2018-07-18 06:15

Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan says lifestyle audits to probe the conduct of government officials will go as far back as 2009, and use already existing mechanisms.

Dark days for isolated Zuma as SA graft case starts

2018-04-05 17:10

Former president Jacob Zuma's downfall and the rise of his successor, Cyril Ramaphosa, have boosted confidence in the economy, with Moody’s removing its threat of a junk credit rating.

Cabinet having second look at IRP - Majola

2018-03-13 21:00

Deputy Minister Thembisile Majola's remarks have raised hopes among opposition MPs that President Cyril Ramaphosa would, once and for all, abandon Jacob Zuma’s nuclear build programme.

Watch the moment Jacob Zuma resigned as SA president

Jacob Zuma has resigned as president of South Africa. "I have...come to the decision to resign as the president of the Republic with immediate effect," Zuma told reporters at the Union Buildings on Wednesday night.

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Zexit: The formidable risks Cyril has to weigh up

2018-02-08 16:17

There are formidable risks preventing ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa from outrightly firing President Jacob Zuma and being forced to negotiate an exit deal, writes William Gumede.

EFF calls for secret ballot in motion of no confidence on Zuma

2018-02-03 18:44

The upcoming motion of no confidence against President Jacob Zuma should be conducted through a secret ballot, EFF leader Julius Malema says.

'Number One, your time is up'

2018-01-04 06:38

President Jacob Zuma’s Teflon has expired and he should retire gracefully and with full benefits either to Nkandla or Dubai, says Paul Hoffman.

2017 in finance: 7 stories that got South Africans talking

2017-12-29 07:15

The Guptas, Steinhoff, Cabinet reshuffles and the travails of power utility Eskom. Here are seven financial and economic stories that got South Africans talking in 2017.


Let slip the dogs of war: Behind the attacks on Pravin Gordhan

2018-11-23 06:00

Pravin Gordhan has been the star witness of the state capture commission. He has however suddenly come under attack, much like he was in 2016 and 2017. Why? Pieter du Toit looks for answers.

Gordhan warns of state capture 'fightback' across government entities

2018-11-08 10:30

Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan has warned of a "determined and vigorous fightback" campaign from those opposed to efforts to implement clean governance at state entities.

Will SA always need Mandela?

2018-07-18 05:45

Will we always need to look back to the Mandela era for a credible leadership reference, or will we rise to the occasion this time? asks Solly Moeng.

Zuma receives summons to appear in court

2018-03-26 17:16

Former president Jacob Zuma's lawyer Micheal Hulley has confirmed to News24 that he has received a summons for his client to appear in the Durban High Court on April 6.

Twitter reacts to Zuma's resignation

2018-02-15 00:33

Jacob Zuma has resigned as president of South Africa - and Twitter had a lot to say.

WATCH: President Zuma responds to NEC recall

President Jacob Zuma is conducting a surprise briefing via the SABC, following all the events that have led up to his official recall, and calls for his resignation, by the ANC. Watch.

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ANALYSIS: SONA, NEC and Zuma drama — is there an end in sight?

The country is waiting with bated breath for answers from the ANC. Will the party recall President Jacob Zuma? When will SONA take place? Our experts weigh in...

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'Corruption in Africa' is sometimes exaggerated - Jacob Zuma

South African President Jacob Zuma, speaking from the African Union summit in Ethiopia, believes corruption is of 'exaggerated' in Africa, and that the cause lies with 'outside forces'. Watch.

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WATCH: Top 7 financial stories of 2017

2017-12-29 19:10

As 2017 nears its end, Fin24's Liziwe Ndalana looks back at some of the finance stories which dominated news headlines.

Zuma's fee free call noble, but can SA afford it? Gigaba says wait till Feb

2017-12-16 11:27

Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba says details of how government will finance free higher education for poor and middle class students will only be announced at the National Budget in February.

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