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Zuma Influence-Peddling Inquiry Opens; Judges Seeks More Witnesses
JOHANNESBURG—The judge leading an inquiry into claims of influence-peddling against former South African president Jacob Zuma on Monday urged more witnesses to come forward, as public hearings began in a ...
August 20, 2018
Zuma Quits, Ending Scandal-Plagued Term as South African President
JOHANNESBURG—Jacob Zuma resigned as President of South Africa on Wednesday, reluctantly heeding orders by the ruling African National ...
February 14, 2018
From Gabon to Zimbabwe, African Presidents Are Under Siege
It's sometimes democracy as we know it—albeit with twists and turns—but there is certainly a new appetite for ...
September 4, 2016
South Africa’s Ruling Party Suffers Biggest Election Setback
JOHANNESBURG—South Africa's ruling party has suffered its worst election setback since taking power at the end of apartheid ...
August 6, 2016
The Associated Press
South Africa’s Myopic Youth Protesters Speeding the End of an Inclusive Society
As student unrest sweeps South Africa, the debate and discourse laid out in youthful pronouncements and Twitter feeds ...
June 4, 2016
Riots, Slowdown, and Corruption Eat Away at Southern Africa’s Promise
These are dark days for southern Africa.
May 10, 2016
South African Students Toppled Rhodes—But They Can’t Get Rid of Zuma
In some ways, South Africa's president, Jacob Zuma, must be exceptionally happy about the #Rhodesmustfall campaign. After all, ...
February 22, 2016
Decline and Decay: a Sobering Trip Through Southern Africa
I spent most of August 2015 in South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Zambia—a depressing and mournful tour indeed.
September 6, 2015
Are Judges in South Africa Under Threat or Do They Complain Too Much?
This week, South African President Jacob Zuma will sit down with its chief justice for an unprecedented, potentially ...
August 23, 2015
Biden Priorities in First 10 Days in Office Include ‘Systemic Racism’ and ‘Climate Crisis’
Rep. Correa Announces Positive COVID-19 Test, Says He’ll Miss Biden Inauguration
Pence Urges Biden to ‘Stand Up to Chinese Aggression’ in Indo-Pacific
Leaked Documents Show How Chinese Regime Monitors Dissidents with Facial Recognition Tech
China Building Ground-Effect Vehicles to Defend South China Sea Claims: Leaked Documents
Leaked Documents Reveal Chinese Government’s Corruption, Bureaucrats’ Incompetence
Trump Hasn’t Decided on Who Will Represent Him in Impeachment Trial: Spokesman
Black Lives Matter Utah Leader Disavows Activist Charged in Capitol Breach
Census Bureau: Citizenship Data Won’t be Released Until After Trump Leaves Office
Woman Who Allegedly Posed With Pelosi’s Nameplate During Capitol Storming Is Charged