RIGHT now, Jacob Zuma (R) is taking a break. Having led the African National Congress to a slightly diminished majority in last month's elections, the 72-year-old South African president is said to be exhausted. He spent a night in a...Show More Summary
Freedom of expression advocates in South Africa are concerned that the new Ministry of Communications, announced by President Jacob Zuma when he unveiled his cabinet on May 25, will compromise the independence of the public broadcaster and serve as a propaganda office....
South African President Jacob Zuma has named Lynne Brown as his public enterprises minister. Brown will be the first openly gay cabinet minister in South Africa, the Guardian reports: She is not seen as a gay rights activist but her...
Jacob Zuma appointed a cabinet that economists and political analysts said fell short in inspiring confidence. ||| Cape Town - South African President Jacob Zuma appointed a cabinet that economists and political analysts said fell short in inspiring confidence in an economy battered by labour unrest and slowing economic growth. Show More Summary
President Jacob Zuma took oath of office in Pretoria, becoming South Africa's fifth head of state.
President Jacob Zuma said victory an affirmation of his leadership and the ruling party despite reduced share of votes.
Provisional results mean second term in office for President Jacob Zuma, while main opposition sees increase in votes.
The party of President Jacob Zuma coasted to its fifth consecutive election victory today in South Africa, but failed to grab a two-thirds majority or stem the opposition's slow rise, the Guardian reports. With more than 99% of votes counted, the African National Congress has 62.2% (3.7% less...
Tens of thousands attend final election rally of President Jacob Zuma and the ANC, ahead of May 7 general elections.
President Jacob Zuma led Freedom Day celebrations in Pretoria Sunday, as South Africa marked the 20th anniversary of democratic rule. Back in 1994, voters sent Nelson Mandela to the presidency.
South Africa continues to forge ahead with “Moves for Life” initiative launched in 2010. President Jacob Zuma gave the program his full backing and the program has sprouted to offer chess instruction to thousands of young boys and girls. Malusi Lekalakala and Marisa van der Merwe, Founder/Trustee. DescribeSome of the takeaway benefits are motor skills, […]
South African President Jacob Zuma said today that his government respects Uganda's anti-gay legislation. Responding to a parliamentary question on whether he intended to clear South Africa's policy position regarding Uganda's anti-homosexuality...Show More Summary
There seems to be a loud chorus from all government officials that “South Africa has a good story to tell”. It was started by President Jacob Zuma at his State of the Nation address in February. ||| There seems to be a loud chorus from all government officials that “South Africa has a good story to tell”. Show More Summary
The private security industry called on President Jacob Zuma yesterday to reconsider a bill that limits foreign ownership in private security companies. ||| Security SIA asks Zuma to reconsider The private security industry called on President Jacob Zuma yesterday to reconsider a bill that limits foreign ownership in private security companies. Show More Summary
South African President Jacob Zuma said the government must push for increased black ownership. ||| Johannesburg - South African President Jacob Zuma said the government must push for increased black ownership of the continent’s biggest economy, signaling his policy focus as he prepares for a second term in office. Show More Summary
China does business with South Africa on an equal footing, unlike Western former colonial powers who still act like its master, President Jacob Zuma has said. ||| Johannesburg - China does business with South Africa on an equal footing, unlike Western former colonial powers who still act like its master, President Jacob Zuma has said. Show More Summary
As bad as President Barack Obama--he of the imperial pen--has become, perhaps we should be thankful that he is not yet this bad: South Africa's president, Jacob Zuma, has deployed state intelligence services to ensure that he is not booed at rallies, following the chorus of boos that greeted him during Nelson Mandela's memorial. Show More Summary
South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma, in a early campaign speech for this year’s national elections, promised villagers in the country’s rural north that if they gave his party a landslide victory, he would return to their province and kill cows. Show More Summary
JOHANNESBURG (AP) — In a move that could have major political ramifications for South Africa's ruling African National Congress party, the country's biggest trade union called Friday for President Jacob Zuma to resign and said it will not support the ANC in next year's elections.