JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's President Jacob Zuma has signed the anti-money laundering bill FICA, which allows increased scrutiny of the bank accounts of "prominent individuals", including himself, into law, his office said on Saturday.
By Karin Strohecker and Sujata Rao LONDON (Reuters) - President Jacob Zuma's exit, whenever it comes, will be no panacea for South Africa's deepening political problems which many investors blame on the ruling ANC party rather than its 75-year-old leader. Show More Summary
South Africa's former finance minister Pravin Gordhan, who was dramatically fired by President Jacob Zuma, has warned that the ruling ANC party could lose power in the next election. Gordhan -- widely seen as a bulwark against government corruption in South Africa -- also appeared to back deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa to succeed Zuma. Show More Summary
South African Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday said he wants allegations of influence-peddling in government investigated, lending his support to a probe called for by the anti-graft watchdog but which President Jacob Zuma has so far ignored. Show More Summary
Johannesburg: A painting by a South African artist showing President Jacob Zuma raping the late Nelson Mandela has caused outrage in the country, with the ruling party today describing it as “grotesque”. The piece by controversial artist Ayanda Mabulu shows Zuma seated on a red chair, penetrating a crying Mandela. The African National Congress and […]
There are plenty of heartaches this morning for South African president Jacob Zuma. The audit company checking the Kenyan voter register says it will get the job done on time. Uganda's president, Yoweri Museveni, warns that spending money on relief food might force the government to halt key infrastructure projects.
On President Jacob Zuma’s birthday, tens of thousands of people protested outside his office in Pretoria, South Africa, calling on him to quit.
At the end of March, South Africa's president, Jacob Zuma, reshuffled his cabinet overnight, replacing ministers and deputy ministers, including his respected finance minister, Pravan Gordhan, with mostly loyalists and political allies. South...Show More Summary
The South African rand is climbing after several thousand people rallied in Pretoria, South Africa, protesting against President Jacob Zuma. The currency is higher by 0.6% at 13.7341 per dollar as of 7:48 a.m. ET. Wednesday's rally against...Show More Summary
President Jacob Zuma is toying with land expropriation policies that threaten the country's economy — and his own leadership.
PRETORIA (Reuters) - Several thousand people gathered in South Africa's capital on Wednesday to protest against President Jacob Zuma following a much-criticized cabinet reshuffle, days after the opposition called countrywide marches to demand his resignation.
Thousands of demonstrators gathered in the South African capital Pretoria on Wednesday for further protests urging President Jacob Zuma to step down. The march to Union Buildings, the official seat of government, was organised by a coalition of opposition parties following nationwide rallies against Zuma last week. Show More Summary
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's parliament said on Wednesday a motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma can only be withdrawn by opposition leader Mmusi Maimane and not the Speaker, responding to requests by the opposition to delay the vote.
Protesters in South Africa are gathering for a demonstration against President Jacob Zuma, who turns 75 on Wednesday amid calls for his resignation because of scandals and his dismissal of … Click to Continue »
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's top court said on Tuesday it had granted the United Democratic Movement the right to present its application to impose a secret ballot vote on a motion of no confidence against President Jacob Zuma, SABC television reported.
Thousands marched through major South African cities this Friday, demanding the resignation of President Jacob Zuma. This comes after his sacking of the popular finance minister fuelled widespread public anger. RFI takes a look at what's happening in the rainbow country.
By Mfuneko Toyana JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's African National Congress "closed ranks" around President Jacob Zuma after two key allies of the ruling party called for his resignation following a cabinet reshuffle that cost the country one of its investment-grade credit ratings. Show More Summary
The former public protector is best known for holding President Jacob Zuma to account for wasting public funds.
Thousands marched through major South African cities Friday demanding the resignation of President Jacob Zuma after his sacking of the popular finance minister fuelled widespread public anger. Zuma, who came to power in 2009, has been...Show More Summary
There was never going to be a march of a million people, but even before Friday’s protests in South Africa calling for President Jacob Zuma to resign, members of his party were deriding the demonstrations as the once-off roar of privileged white people. The crowds that protested in the country’s...