South Africa's Zuma proposes to partly pay for controversial home improvements
South African President Jacob Zuma has proposed that the auditor-general and finance minister determine how much money he is liable to pay for controversial state-funded improvements to his rural home, Zuma's office said.
By Reuters | 5 years ago
South Africa's Malema urges voters to fire warning shots at ruling party in local polls
Julius Malema, who seeks nationalisation of mines and land and the curbing of white economic power, called on other opposition parties to unite with his Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) to break the grip of the ruling party at municipal polls this year.
Reuters | 5 years ago
South African land reform panel recommends seizures without pay in certain circumstances
Parliament is due to start debates on proposed changes to the land expropriation bill in October.
Reuters | 2 years ago
Missing student found dead at university grounds
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