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President Jacob Zuma officially opened the Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University in Garankuwa, Pretoria, today.
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) – which has projected itself as the champion of the working class and the poor – stands accused of violating the rights of its own workers.
Comrade President Robert Mugabe took care not to offend his youthful host, President Jacob Zuma, on home soil while he needs his goodwill and assistance.
We chose a different form of freedom. Instead of a victor’s freedom, where Umkhonto weSizwe soldiers rolled into town in a display of power change, our founding president, Nelson Mandela, prodded and cajoled his people into what many still call a 21st-century miracle: South Africa’s transition from apartheid to democracy.
President Jacob Zuma celebrated his 73rd birthday today and said his wish was “for all South Africans to live together in peace and harmony”.
Several hundreds of people resorted to illegally building their homes in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, on Wednesday (April 8 2015), as part of the land grabs allegedly coordinated by the Economic Freedom Fighters in the Western Cape.
Fans of the mystic thriller The Vampire Diaries cried themselves to sleep last night after Nina Dobrev confirmed that she was leaving the series after six seasons.
Eish, this race thing is overplayed sometimes.
A young technocrat leader who led Nigeria’s growth path to becoming the largest economy in Africa is trounced by an ageing former military general who ran the country for a period of its dictatorship.
There have been some incredibly reckless statements by powerful people about foreigners in recent months.
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Rhodes was a nasty piece of work. The statue should have been pulled down and given to the Apartheid Museum in about May 1994.
Cosatu spin doctor Patrick Craven will be remembered as one of the best propagandists who marshaled the federation in supporting Jacob Zuma’s march to power.
One of South Africa’s most exciting soccer stars, Jabu Mahlangu, once opened up about his alcohol addiction, saying that things got so bad, there were times he was drunk when he took to the pitch.