Redi Tlhabi’s book has stepped into the political space with a clear-eyed argument about the small and everyday violations of women that make possible a culture of rape.
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A report a year ago by South Africa’s anti-graft agency known as Public Protector recommended a judicial probe be held to look into allegations of systemic corruption by Zuma, some of his ministers and heads of state-owned companies.
Jacob Zuma will be prosecuted unless Shaun Abrahams, the national director of public prosecutions, decides again to drop the charges.
South Africa’s anti-apartheid struggle has elicited personal responses in the form of memoirs, biographies and autobiographies.
Apart from the unfavourable economic and financing aspects for generating energy from coal, the plant may be Kenya’s single largest pollution source.
Apartheid restrictions and the defiant, joyful freedom of the group’s music meant gigs were scarce and the human tensions of operating in such a climate were corrosive.
KwaZulu Natal province, situated on the east coast of South Africa, is the ancestral home of the scandal-prone president and will also command most votes at the ANC’s national conference in December.
With a nonagenarian president apparently still planning to run for re-election in 2018, Zimbabwe’s runners and riders are making themselves known.
South Africa has one of the worst records of violence against women in the world. But not all women in the country seem to want to change this.
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President Robert Mugabe is also in South Africa for a summit, complicating dilemma as South Africa already has a difficult relationship with Zimbabwe.
About 30 ANC MPs sided with the opposition in the secret ballot, leaving Zuma with what one commentator said might prove to be a pyrrhic victory.
Zuma survived a close parliamentary no-confidence vote that would have forced him from office, provoking passionate support and opposition across the country.
Zuma’s critics have been calling for a secret ballot in the hope it will embolden lawmakers from his African National Congress party to support his removal.
Defying propaganda art, a few Afrikaans rockers revolted against South African military conscription in the second half of the 20th century and sparked an anti-war protest movement.
Two of South Africa’s finest musicians, Johnny Mekoa and Ray Phiri, died recently. The permeable terrain between genres their careers negotiated, is being replaced by rigid marketing categories.
Those fighting the slaughter say that apart from saving wildlife in South Africa, education will help stem poverty and perhaps even overpopulation.
The ICC indicted Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir in 2008 over the deaths and persecution of ethnic groups in Sudan’s Darfur province between 2003 and 2008. But he has continued to travel internationally, visiting Jordan as recently as March.
The International Criminal Court has an outstanding arrest warrant on genocide charges for President Omar Hassan al-Bashir who visited Johannesburg in 2015.
If the G20 is to remain relevant in the quest for more inclusive and fair global governance, Africa offers a historic opportunity for collective action, despite the absence of the US under Trump.
South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma will face no-confidence vote on August 8, five days later than originally planned because of a scheduling clash.
After repeated indictments at South Africa’s courts and a rising tide of discontent from his population, President Zuma seems to be at the end of the line.
Inspired by Gandhi’s minimalistic approach to diet intake, the tea is an organic caffeine-free blend of all-natural ingredients.
India, along with other BRICS nations hammered out a future roadmap for security, cooperation and exchange in Beijing this week.
The high unemployment rates and recession that have been rampant ever since Jacob Zuma came into power in 2009 will take time to heal and will need a callback of the Government of National Unity.
Popular protest is on the rise globally, particularly in places with deeply entrenched inequalities.
Four cheetahs were flown from South Africa and released into Liwonde National Park in southern Malawi, where these animals have been extinct for several years.
Democracy is in a parlous state in many countries in southern Africa. Autocrats hold onto power, while electorates have little to choose from at the polls.
The region is facing political instability due to no leader winning with a clear majority in the last two elections.
The latest graft accusations exposed splits in the ANC as factions battle for control ahead of a party conference in December where Zuma’s successor will be chosen.
The collision is said to have happened due to the regular theft of power cables made of copper.
President Zuma will appear in parliament. There is no planned interaction with lawmakers but he will likely face heckling from opponents in the chamber.
Citing two unnamed sources, News24 said Zuma survived the heated National Executive Committee meeting which ran late into the night.
Both Jacob Zuma and Hage Geingob have recently adopted a more populist rhetoric in response to pressures within their parties and in the face of declining economies.
Analysts also dismissed the likelihood of Zuma being removed or stepping down before his term as the African National Congress head ends in December.
Africa’s public schools have problems, but charter schools and academies can’t fix everything.
South Africa has one of the world’s highest rates of violent crime but a string of grisly murders of women and children has sparked widespread outrage.
The accused were a part of a syndicate allegedly selling places to study medicine and other health science courses at a university where racial quotas restrict the number of places for Indian students.
Evidence of Homo naledi’s age suggests we need to rethink our understanding of human history and evolution.