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Ramaphosa names new Cabinet

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday named African National Congress (ANC) deputy president David Mabuza as the country’s new deputy president in a late-night Cabinet reshuffle. Mabuza is expected to be sworn-in on Tuesday in Cape Town. “I...

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Home Affairs raid ANN7 studios

Remnants of what is left of the Gupta empire crashed further on Thursday when the Department of Home Affairs raided the ANN7 studios to hunt Indian employees, believed to be illegally working with expired visas. The swoop on the Midrand-based TV offices that also...

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The end game for Zuma

They called him the teflon president until one day it was no longer true. South African President Jacob Zuma’s last days in office were spent behind closed doors with the man about to usurp him, trying to negotiate a soft exit as head of State, before a defiant...

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SA President Jacob Zuma to address the nation

The South African Presidency announced Wednesday night that President Jacob Zuma will address the nation from the capital Pretoria. The address is scheduled for 10pm. Zuma was recalled by the ruling African National Congress (ANC) this week and is facing a motion of...

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Zuma: I have done nothing wrong

“I have done nothing wrong, ” President Jacob Zuma said in an exclusive interview on the SABC on Wednesday. “No one has told me what I have done wrong. No one has been able to furnish what I’ve done. If I’ve done something wrong, there...

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China appeals to Trump to avoid disrupting trade

China appealed to President Donald Trump on Wednesday to avoid disrupting trade and to settle steel and aluminum disputes through negotiation after Trump said he would decide whether to impose tariffs or quotas. U.S.-Chinese trade is “mutually beneficial”...

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