16.2.2018 04:30 pm
South Africa’s Jacob Zuma, president until Wednesday when he resigned on live TV, faces an uncertain future as his legal challenges mount and his support network crumbles.
Analysts sketch several scenarios for Zuma, an anti-apartheid activist who rose to the presidency only to become thickly tarred by a reputation for graft.
The resolutions adopted at the ANC conference would ruin the country said Khoza.
The Khoisan leaders are contending ANC’s definition of ‘African in general and black in particular’ is discriminatory towards them.
Makgoba said the only way the ANC could “make a clean break with the past” was to get rid of Zuma.
Rumours that President Jacob Zuma has instructed the South African National Defence Force to draw up plans for implementing a state of emergency may or may not be true.
A great deal is expected from Cyril Ramaphosa who was elected as the president of South Africa’s governing party, the African National Congress (ANC).
The ANC’s debt, estimated to be at R200 million, could only be reduced if the party restructured to cut costs, Mkhize advised.
The disgruntled members from Limpopo and KZN support Mchunu and demand that their “special votes” should be counted.
Source claims Mabuza lobbied other provinces to support Mhaule to become part of the NEC as he needs a female leader to rally his forces during heated debates.
Although security personnel, SAPS and state security agency separated delegates and the media, it was very easy to figure which camp it was based on the music.
A visibly frustrated Zulu told the media to give the minister of social development time to prepare herself after NDZ was defeated at the ANC conference.
South African social media is under the impression that Clinton is likely to say ‘yhuuu amadoda’ when she meets NDZ.
South Africa’s Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa wrapped up Thursday the party conference that elected him ANC leader, with a vow to stamp out corruption in the organisation and in government.
Many South Africans are delighted with the outcome of the ANC conference, with some broadcasting their satisfaction on social media.
Though she did not win the ANC presidential race, Dlamini-Zuma, now an NEC member has certainly inspired with her courage to run to become the ruling party’s first woman president.