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Zuma: No stability without land reform

President Jacob Zuma said the House of Traditional Leaders would have a critical role to play, as the South African government forges ahead with its plans for land reform.

Senior LRA commander surrenders

A senior member of Joseph Kony's feared Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) handed himself over to United States troops in the Central African Republic on Monday.

Zuma between a rock and a hard place

Experts say President Jacob Zuma currently finds himself between a rock and a hard place, as the decision to either keep or dismiss Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan could have significant consequences for him, either way.

Hugh Jackman's tribute to Ahmed Kathrada

Australian actor Hugh Jackman paid tribute to the late South African politician and anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Kathrada.

Hugh Jackman's tribute to Ahmed Kathadra

Australian actor Hugh Jackman paid tribute to the late South African politician and anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Kathadra.

SA to answer the ICC on al-Bashir

The Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) announced on Thursday that South Africa is to appear before the International Criminal Court (ICC) for failing to arrest Sudan President Omar al-Bashir when he was in the country in 2015.

SARS thwarts attempt to smuggle supercar into the country

South African Revenue Services (SARS) customs officials thwarted an attempt to smuggle a luxury sports car into the country.

IFP: Zuma needs to show some maturity

Member of Parliament for the Inkatha Freedom Party, Mkhuleko Hlengwa, said a decision to replace Pravin Gordhan would "mete out irreparable damage to South Africa's international economic standing".

SACP: Comrades are intimidated and harassed

The South African Communist Party (SACP) has slammed what it believes is the abuse of state security organs, alleging that a rogue intelligence unit has been established to gather data illegally.

Gordhan/Gupta showdown nearing its conclusion

The showdown between Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and the Gupta-owned Oakbay Investments in the North Gauteng High Court is nearing a conclusion, with judgement reserved at the end of Wednesday's proceedings.

SACP rejects Zuma's planned Cabinet reshuffle

The South African Communist Party said President Jacob Zuma had informed it of his intention to replace Minister Pravin Gordhan and his Deputy Mcebisi Jonas.
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