Jacob Zuma’s preferred candidate for his successor was charged with appeasing ANC cadres as to the absolute mess her ex has made of the party and government but instead seems to have made things worse.
The phrase, “The more things change, the more they stay the same,” describes the difficult situation President Jacob Zuma finds himself entangled in, as a social grant crisis unfolds, much to the panic of 17 million recipients as to whether they would get paid come 1 April.
The DA think Molefe in treasury will be the final key for the Guptas.
Things could be about to get rough, very rough.
The Xhosa royal family clearly don’t share Zuma’s point of view…
In an uncharacteristically frank admission, deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa has admitted that the ANC is under som pretty heavy strain.
Dlamini-Zuma is an ambiguous, ambitious figure, an operator and bureaucrat with good credentials. But, she offers nothing new and can’t shake off claims that she’s just a shoe-in for her ex-husband.
African Union Commission Chairperson and one of the likeliest candidates to succeed her ex husband Jacob as ANC president, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma took a bit of a swipe at Trump, and hit the nail on the head.
Edward Zuma, el presidente’s son and one of his pops’ biggest fans has lashed out at former public protector Thuli Madonsela’s comments around the ANC succession race.
Well done to the president for recognising that women can lead… arriving just about half a century late to the emancipation party.
Despite being told off for ‘prematurely’ endorsing a candidate for the ANC’s succession race by giving their vote to Zuma’s ex wife, the Women’s League refuses to back down on its decision.
While party structures vie for a a candidate they believe would benefit their interests most, ordinary South Africans seem to have endorsed Ramaphosa as our next president.
Hold onto your hats, folks, the race to succeed JZ is gonna get feisty.
Zuma’s ex-wife, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, could very well become the next president of the ANC and South Africa… making her the first female president of both her party and the country.
The African Union is ready to launch its electronic African Passport, allowing citizens of the Union to travel visa-free between all 54 AU countries.
Former ‘president-for-a-day’ Kgalema Motlanthe wants ANC leaders to acknowledge when they’ve screwed up and step down to avoid discrediting the party.
After 14 years of deliberation, the AU has finally adopted a new way of determining each member state’s contribution to the overall budget, and it’s going to cost us.
Atmosphere in Zimbabwe calm ahead of Wednesday’s elections in which more than six million Zimbabweans will go to the polls to choose a president, National Assembly members and local councillors.