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‘Black car’ blamed for Zuma accident

A black car suspected to have caused the crash in which President Jacob Zuma’s children were injured on Friday morning was allegedly driven away after the accident.

A relative of Zuma’s wife Nompumelelo Ntuli-Zuma, the mother of Zuma’s two injured … Read the rest


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New BRICS bank to challenge IMF

A new development bank launched by emerging economies will help all nations in distress to return to health, South African President Jacob Zuma said Monday.

The so-called Brics – Brazil, China, India, Russia and South Africa – announced last month … Read the rest





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Kunene resigns from EFF

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Kenny Kunene enjoying a meal

‘Sushi King’ and porn entrepreneur Kenny Kunene has resigned from his senior position in Julius Malema’s Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) movement.

According to the Star, Kunene told the newspaper he was resigning as head of … Read the rest


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DA strips ‘racist’ of party membership

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Zuma surrounded by wives

The DA has stripped suspended Nelson Mandela Bay Metro DA councillor, Stanford Slabbert of his party membership after a disciplinary committee found him guilty of circulating an offensive and racist e-mail, criticising President Jacob Zuma.

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Zuma reconstitutes Arms Commission

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President Jacob Zuma has decided not to replace Justice Francis Legodi who resigned from the Arms Procurement Commission last week.

The President has reconstituted the Commission and it is now composed of Justice Willie Seriti as its Chairperson and … Read the rest


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Zuma guard linked to ‘blue light’ crash

blue_lightThe black BMW which sped through a red traffic light and crashed in Braamfontein was registered to a presidential bodyguard, The Star reported on Thursday.

Maj-Gen Mzingaye Mxolisi Dladla, of the police’s presidential protection service, reportedly refused to comment to … Read the rest



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Mandela responding to treatment says Zuma

MandelacellFormer president Nelson Mandela is responding to treatment but is still in a critical but stable condition, says President Jacob Zuma.

“We are encouraged that Madiba is responding to treatment and urge the public to continue providing support and showering

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