Browsing: Daniel Silke

President Jacob Zuma narrowly overcame a bid by opposition parties to topple him through a no-confidence motion in parliament. The real loser may be his own party, the ANC. Ruling party lawmakers rallied

The Democratic Alliance has suspended Helen Zille, its former leader and premier of the Western Cape province, from all party activities pending the outcome of a formal disciplinary inquiry after she appeared to defend colonialism

One of the ANC’s signature programmes, a welfare system for the poorest third of South Africa’s people, is in chaos. The monthly stipends are distributed to more than 17m people by Net1 UEPS Technologies, whose

A finding by the South African antitrust regulator that more than a dozen local and international banks colluded to rig foreign-currency trades will bolster government accusations that the nation’s biggest lenders

President Jacob Zuma and some ministers may have breached the government’s code of ethics in their dealings with the Gupta family and prosecutors must investigate possible crimes that may have been committed, the nation’s graft ombudsman said

The private sector is actually the culprit who is to blame for South Africa’s current economic problems, Mzwanele (Jimmy) Manyi, president of the Progressive Professionals Forum, claimed on Wednesday

The Guptas, the “spy tape” saga and now the constitutional court’s Nkandla ruling are all blows that President Jacob Zuma is trying to deflect, political expert Daniel Silke said on Thursday. “The nature of the constitutional court judgment, the

The firing of Nhanhla Nene and his replacement with inexperienced David van Rooyen at the behest of President Jacob Zuma was the type of political decision-making that was set to have