That’s right folks, of the R246 million spent on his private residence, el presidente may only be liable for about a million.
President Zuma was supposed to speak in parliament today, but the EFF would have none of it after their request to have him barred from speaking in the National Assembly was declined.
Malema says that, while the EFF plans to take control of South Africa in the 2019 General Election, he has no desire to be state president.
The entire nation watched Jacob Zuma’s thinly veiled apology following the ConCourt judgement, but we bet you’ve not seen other South Africans’ reactions to his speech in real-time.
Yeah… about that.
Pretty serious accusations coming from the EFF leader there, but Malema claims he’s received information suggesting the president wants to flee to Dubai…. wonder why.
President Zuma believes that instead of turning to the courts, African problems should be solved in “an African way.” Wait… what?
He was one of South Africa’s most successful and effective cabinet ministers and served as finance minister fro both Nelson Mandela and Thabo Mbeki. Have a look as Manuel tells it how it is.
A campaign is asking citizens of South Africa to jump in and donate money to help Zuma pay for the upgrades on his Nkandla homestead.
Speaker of the National Assembly and national chairperson of the ANC, Baleka Mbete, doesn’t seem to understand last week’s Constitutional Court ruling all that well. Or, like Thandi Modise she just didn’t bother reading it.
From Australia to Europe and even the States… South Africa is trending for all the wrong reasons.
The president’s problems have only just begun, as the opposition moves to impeach Zuma on the grounds of the Constitutional Court’s ruling against him.
Earlier today the Constitutional Court ruled that the National Assembly’s decision to set aside the public protector’s remedial action was unconstitutional and ordered that Zuma pays for his privileges.
The constitutional court moments ago ruled that section 11 allowing the speaker of parliament to call on the police to evict MPs is constitutionally invalid.
El presidente might be focused on his State of the Nation (SONA) address on Thursday, but there’s the small matter of the opposition parties sharpening their teeth for him in the Constitutional Court on Tuesday before we can think of SONA.
9 February 2016 the day Julius Malema has been fighting for, for a long time. The EFF will stand in the Constitutional Court on that day and make their case against the president of the Republic.
This weekend saw huge celebrations in Ireland marking the yes vote to allow gay marriage. The same laws that South Africa passed in 2006. A great step forward for gay rights and an important moment to reflect on how amazing South Africa’s constitution is.
This was the outcome of a Concourt ruling on an act signed into law by el presidente himself, in March last year.
A controversial case is presented before South Africa’s Constitutional Court, which could affect the way people with disabilities are treated in Mzansi