South African President, Jacob Zuma has been given November 30 deadline to respond to the numerous corruption charges leveled against him before he run for President.
The controversial business family in South Africa, the Guptas are being investigated by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigations over possible U.S links
South Africa’s top court of appeal has ruled to reinstate the several charges of corruption filed against Jacob Zuma before becoming President of the country.
The parliament of South Africa on Wednesday cut ties with renowned accountancy firm KPMG, by ending its contract with the company.
Thousands of South Africans from the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) on Wednesday marched across various cities as part of a nationwide strike against corruption and President Jacob Zuma.
A very outspoken Member of Parliament in South Africa who has been a critic of the country's President, Jacob Zuma on Thursday announced that she has resigned from the ruling African National Congress (ANC).
Top bosses of the auditing firm KPMG in South Africa have resigned over work done for the Guptas who are business friends of the country's President Jacob Zuma.
South African veteran politician and anti-apartheid activist Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma said on Tuesday it was “offensive” to suggest her ex-husband, President Jacob Zuma, would have a hand in promoting her political career.
South African President Jacob Zuma on Monday signed in to law the Financial Sector Regulation Act, know as "Twin Peaks", which will establish a prudential regulator and a separate, dedicated market conduct regulator.
The Southern African Development Community (SADC) has announced it will be sending a delegation to the Democratic Republic of Congo which has witnessed heightened tension.