The “Teflon president” resigned on Wednesday amid growing pressure from the African National Congress.
Invoking an apartheid era law to escape accountability is a misguided move that will ask far more questions of the president than it avoids.
“She is bold and you can’t fool her,” Zuma said about Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, his wife for 16 years.
The president fired his popular finance minister to widespread criticism.
The ANC’s top brass is divided on whether Zuma should fire the finance minister.
Political change, separatist insurgencies and a possible genocide project a tough year for the continent.
The deputy president has received the backing of South Africa’s largest trade union group.
The Tshwane mayor has banned politicians from buying high-end vehicles and using blue lights to evade traffic.
The seeds for the corruption scandals plaguing Jacob Zuma's party were sown in 1994.
The ruling party is split over whether the president should resign.
The elections are being billed by the opposition as the country's most important ever.
The party’s credibility has been hit by various scandals involving President Zuma.
The ANC says it is suspicious of "irregular activities" at the U.S. embassy in Pretoria.