• Jacob Zuma is fighting for his presidency in the capital Pretoria

    Jacob Zuma is fighting for his presidency in the capital Pretoria

    South African President Jacob Zuma is fighting for his presidency in the capital Pretoria as the ruling party’s highest decision-making body considers a motion for him step down.

    The meeting of the National Executive Committee of the ruling African National Congress was due to end on Sunday but was extended so that each of the 80 members could state their position on whether or not Zuma should continue as president.

    The surprise motion for Zuma to step down was introduced by Tourism […]

  • Zuma pays $500,000 bill over house scandal

    Zuma pays $500,000 bill over house scandal

    South African President Jacob Zuma has paid back $542,000 of public money spent refurbishing his private home, his office said Monday, in a controversy that has dominated his second term in office.

    The country’s highest court found earlier this year that Zuma had violated the constitution by defying an order to repay some of the funds used to renovate Nkandla, his traditional homestead.

    It ordered him to pay back funds spent on non-security upgrades — including a chicken coop, swimming pool and […]

  • Pres.Buhari Leading Other African Presidents On Social Media

    Pres.Buhari Leading Other African Presidents On Social Media

    The Nigeria President, Muhammadu Buhari, has only been in office for a little over two weeks, yet he is already bringing some changes to Africa via social media.

    Many people may have known about the Twitter experience of the President. What they do not know is that he is also an active user of Instagram, a platform that is rarely considered for political engagement.

    Within a short period of being on Instagram, Buhari is already followed by 33,000 people and he has […]

  • South Africa Pre. Jacob Zuma In Nigeria For Buhari’s Inauguration

    South Africa Pre. Jacob Zuma In Nigeria For Buhari’s Inauguration

    The President of South Africa is in Nigeria for President Buhari’s inaguration.
    Didn’t the National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS, ask him not to come to Nigeria? Oh well, welcome, Mr.

  • National Association of Nigerian Students warn South African President, Jacob Zuma, to stay away from Buhari’s inauguration

    National Association of Nigerian Students warn South African President, Jacob Zuma, to stay away from Buhari’s inauguration

    It was gathered that the National Association of Nigerian Students has advised South African President, Jacob Zuma, to stay away from the inauguration of the president-elect, Muhammadu Buhari.

    The organisation also threatened to storm the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, should Zuma step into the country’s airport.

    According to the association, Zuma should keep off as his visit will be an insult to the sensibility of Nigerians over his alleged poor handling of the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians and other migrant foreigners […]

  • Zuma, South Africa President denies the rumour of having a fifth wife.

    Zuma, South Africa President denies the rumour of having a fifth wife.

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    Jacob Zuma, South African President on Wednesday denied media reports carrying rumour that he’s ready to take a fifth wife to accompany him through old age. In a statement titled “holiday legends”, the presidency said a journalist from “The Star”, a leading newspaper had “misunderstood” a Zulu idiom language during the 72-year-old, Zuma’s speech.

    Zuma said in Zulu language “Angakayakhi indlu yokugugela… laba ngisabathathile nje” (meaning – I do have wives but […]