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Jacob Zuma, South Africa's president, suffers double court blow

South African President Jacob Zuma has lost two court cases in one day, both linked to corruption allegations. Pretoria’s High Court ordered Mr Zuma to set up a judicial inquiry, calling

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South Africa whistleblower aids HSBC money laundering investigation

A whistleblower is aiding UK financial regulators’ investigation into alleged money laundering in South Africa by British banks including HSBC, it has emerged. The Financial Conduct

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Male hitchhiker raped at gunpoint by two WOMEN in South Africa after being forced to drink 'mystery substance'

RIDE FROM HELL Victim is left hospitalised after being attacked by gang-rape women as ‘semen bandit’ menace continues A MALE hitchhiker was drugged and raped by two women in South

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South Africa's best new luxury safari lodges

Singita caused a stir again this year with the opening of Singita Sweni lodge in South Africa’s Kruger National Park. Complemented by nearby Singita Lebombo lodge – itself renovated

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South Africa Eyes Hosting Of World Science Forum In 2021

Pretoria, South Africa, Dec. 12, GNA – The South African Cabinet has okayed proposals by its Department of Science and Technology to host the prestigious World Science Forum event for the

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Africa Live: Zuma 'abused judicial process', South Sudan denies backing Jerusalem capital

Summary Zuma censured for attempt to block graft report South Sudan denies backing Trump’s Jerusalem move Kenya to fix traffic black spot Report alleges France complicity in genocide

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What can we expect from South Africa's ANC conference?

South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma and Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa stand behind a statue of former President Nelson Mandela outside Parliament in Cape Town [Schalk van Zuydam/Reuters]

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Beginning of the end for the Guptas' hold on South Africa

People carry a placard with a parody of one of the Gupta brothers during a demonstration march in Cape Town. Rodger Bosch / AFP It seems 2017 has shown that time is running out for the family

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Why I fear for South Africa

2017-12-13 08:43 This past weekend was filled with many commemorations. On Sunday it was 21 years since the adoption of our Constitution. It was also 33 years since Archbishop Desmond Tutu

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South Africa at a crossroads, new chronicle of Mandela's presidency looks back for guidance

Judy Woodruff: Now, a possible turning point in South Africa. Its ruling party, the African National Congress, is expected to replace its leader, Jacob Zuma, this weekend. Whoever is chosen could

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