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Attacks on Foreigners Force South African President to Cancel Visit

South African President Jacob Zuma has cancelled his visit to Indonesia in light of violence against foreign nationals in his country, the president's website said Saturday.

South Africa's President Cancels Trip to Deal With Violence

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's President Jacob Zuma on Saturday canceled a state visit to Indonesia to deal with a wave of anti-immigrant violence at home. The unrest which began in the port city Durban two weeks ago and spread...Show More Summary

South Africa's Zuma cancels foreign trip over anti-immigrant unrest

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's President Jacob Zuma on Saturday canceled a state visit to Indonesia to deal with a wave of anti-immigrant violence at home.

South Africa grapples with outbreak of anti-immigrant violence

It began after the Zulu king, Goodwill Zwelithini, told his followers last month that foreigners in South Africa should pack up and leave. President Jacob Zuma’s eldest son, Edward, chimed in that foreigners were “taking over the country” in a “ticking time bomb.”

Mugabe looks to SA for investments

Zimbabwe is looking to President Jacob Zuma and the South African business community for investment deals and financial rescue packages to avert a prolonged economic crisis, Business Report has been told. ||| Tawanda Karombo Harare ZIMBABWE...Show More Summary

Political Pardons Would Damage the Legacy of South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission

President Jacob Zuma risks irreparably damaging the credibility of core elements of South Africa's deal with the victims of apartheid with his current plan to pardon 149 serious offenders and to potentially consider another 926 applications which are before him. Show More Summary

President welcomes in Year of the Sheep

President Jacob Zuma yesterday wished the Chinese community a happy New Year for 2015, the Year of the Sheep. ||| Sapa and Bloomberg PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma yesterday wished the Chinese community a happy New Year for 2015 – the Year of the Sheep. Show More Summary

Protests Over Zuma African Bible Translation

Bible translation is in the news as it is announced that a new version is in the works. At the start of the new year, the President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, announced that he was working with the Holy Roman Church to update a translation of the Bible. In addition to being President of Protests Over Zuma African Bible Translation is an article from: The Inquisitr News

Senator Isakson Urges South African President To Drop Ban On US Poultry

U.S Senators Johnny Isakson (R-GA) and Chris Coons (D-DE) have issued a joint letter to South African President, Jacob Zuma. This letter warns President Zuma that South Africa’s continued refusal to eliminate unfair duties on American...Show More Summary

Chinese investment improves - Zuma

At the end of last year, bilateral trade between South Africa and China exceeded R270 billion, President Jacob Zuma said. ||| Beijing - At the end of last year, bilateral trade between South Africa and China exceeded R270 billion, President...Show More Summary

Zuma strengthens ties with China

South African President Jacob Zuma has secured trade deals and nuclear agreements with Beijing. ||| South African President Jacob Zuma’s administration got a major backing from China yesterday with Beijing announcing investments and trade deals, and tying up nuclear agreements. Show More Summary

Zuma in China to talk trade

President Jacob Zuma has met with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at the start of a visit to Beijing. ||| Beijing - President Jacob Zuma met with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Thursday at the start of a visit to Beijing focused on economic relations, including possible Chinese investment in South Africa's nuclear power sector. Show More Summary

Zuma: Botswana, SA need to grow tourism

Botswana and South Africa need to focus on key economic projects that can change the livelihoods of citizens in both two countries, President Jacob Zuma said. ||| Gaborone - Botswana and South Africa need to focus on key economic projects...Show More Summary

G20: Zuma to meet business leaders

South African President Jacob Zuma has taken his ministers of finance and international relations to the G20 summit. ||| Johannesburg - South African President Jacob Zuma has arrived in Brisbane, Australia, to attend the G20 leaders summit, the presidency said on Wednesday. Show More Summary

South African President Investigated Over $23M Mansion Makeover

Johannesburg (AFP) - South African police are investigating President Jacob Zuma over a $23 million taxpayer-funded refurbishment project at his rural homestead, according to parliamentary papers. In a written police response to lawmakers,...Show More Summary

Right-wingers guilty of plot to kill S. African president

A South African court has sentenced two members of a right-wing group convicted of high treason for plotting to kill President Jacob Zuma to eight years in prison, state prosecutors said Thursday. The men were arrested in December 2012 on suspicion of targeting top African National Congress leaders including Zuma during the party's conference. Show More Summary

Right-wingers guilty of plot to kill S. African president

6 months agoNews : The Newsroom

A South African court has sentenced two members of a right-wing group convicted of high treason for plotting to kill President Jacob Zuma to eight years in prison, state prosecutors said Thursday. The men were arrested in December 2012 on suspicion of targeting top African National Congress leaders including Zuma during the party's conference. Show More Summary

Dalai Lama controversy puts South Africa’s ANC on collision course with history

7 months agoNews : The Raw Story

Most people would be reluctant to pick a fight with a revered Buddhist holy man and 14 other Nobel peace prize winners, but that’s just what South African President Jacob Zuma has done. When the Dalai Lama asked for a visa to attend next week’s first ever summit of Nobel laureates in...

Felix Laband - Ding Dong Thing

Sounds like: card on spokes, Christian tiger school Song: Felix Laband - Ding Dong Thing What's so good? Only the supernatural Felix Laband could sample hilarious rhetoric on South African president Jacob Zuma and give rise to a soothing...Show More Summary

South Africa President Zuma Asks God to Come Down and Cleanse People Before Second Coming

South African President Jacob Zuma has speculated on the Second Coming of Jesus Christ, calling on God to come down for a few years and "cleanse" people from their sins even before He fully returns.

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