Browsing: Thabo Mbeki

MTN Group’s biggest shareholder is pushing for changes at Africa’s largest mobile phone company to avoid the regulatory, legal and political disputes that have cut its share price by more than half over the past four years.

Cyril Ramaphosa’s campaign to become South Africa’s next president has gone into overdrive. After months of playing coy about his aspirations to become the next leader of the ANC, the deputy president has started

A week after President Jacob Zuma appeared to have weathered calls to resign, former leaders of the ANC are ratcheting up pressure on him to quit after his shock cabinet purge prompted two ratings agencies to downgrade the

South Africa’s deputy president, Cyril Ramaphosa, has confirmed his availability to contest the presidency of the ANC at its 54th national conference later this year. He has already secured the endorsement of trade union

If you think that Faith Muthambi is the first politician to wreck the media party, then you simply aren’t paying attention. Take “Poison” Ivy Matsepe-Casaburri. Following a career of unmitigated failure, she was elevated to the post of minsiter of communications

The high court in Pretoria on Friday ruled that President Jacob Zuma should face the criminal charges the national prosecuting authority dropped. “Mr Zuma should face the charges as outlined in the indictment,” deputy judge president Aubrey

The Gupta family played an amateurish game in trying to capture the state, political analyst Somadoda Fikeni said on Thursday. “The Guptas, it’s their amateurish, grotesque, in your face, corrosive approach. They became way too excited about their proximity