Browsing: Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma

President Jacob Zuma is considering firing ministers who backed calls for him to step down last year and defied his instructions, according to senior leaders of the ruling ANC. The rand slumped. Zuma told the party’s national executive

The ANC could alter its rules for choosing leaders, Business Day reported, citing deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa. Any changes agreed at the ANC’s policy conference in June would need to be ratified by the party’s national

President Jacob Zuma is considering appointing his ex-wife, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, to his cabinet when she steps down as chairwoman of the African Union Commission, easing her path to succeeding him as national leader

President Jacob Zuma has warded off calls to resign over the scandals that have marred his administration and spread dissent in the ruling party largely thanks to a bloc of politicians known as the “premier league” that has his back. With urban voters deserting

President Jacob Zuma is running out of options fast. A number of legal missiles are hurtling towards him, in what may have been one of his worst weeks since taking office in 2009. At the same

Splits in South Africa’s ruling party over a police investigation of the finance minister are marking the battle lines for control of the ANC after President Jacob Zuma steps down as its leader next year. The tension within the party

Outgoing African Union Commission chairwoman Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has managed to tick at least two big items off the to-do list she had in her term at the helm of the continental body

Concern has grown over the appointment of President Jacob Zuma’s daughter, Thuthukile Zuma, to the position of chief of staff at the department of telecommunications and postal services at the age of 25, earning her a salary of nearly R1m/year. Public opinion has been split over the news, with some calling for an end

Cellphone giant MTN has admitted that it furnished the Ethiopian home of African Union commission chair Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, the Sunday Times reported. MTN corporate affairs CEO Paul Norman told the newspaper the company decided to buy the furniture for the AU house in Addis Ababa because it had not

It will take up to eight years to issue all South Africans with smart card identity documents, home affairs minister Naledi Pandor said on Thursday. The department believed that once the process was underway, it could print about 3m ID cards a year, using the government printing works, Pandor told reporters