Monday, January 21, 2019
South Africa's Department of International Relations and Cooperation (Dirco) has expressed concern over United States President Donald Trump's decision to move the American embassy to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv. "South Africa is deeply concerned that unilateral action by the United...
The rule of Robert Mugabe, a once-respected liberation leader turned into feared dictator came to a disgraceful end on Tuesday November 21, 2017 when the Zimbabwean president was forced to relinquish his 37-year hold on power in the face...
South Africa’s Constitutional Court on Tuesday reserved judgment on whether Parliament should institute impeachment proceedings against President Jacob Zuma. Opposition party, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), backed by the United Democratic movement (UDM) and Congress of the People (COPE), is...
  Civil rights watchdog AfriForum has warned that the granting of diplomatic immunity to Zimbabwe First Lady Grace Mugabe by the South African government is not the end of the matter and that the fight for justice would continue. Grace‚ who...
The South African Police Service (SAPS) says Zimbabwe’s First Lady Grace Mugabe is still in South Africa and is seeking diplomatic immunity.   Mugabe had been widely reported to be back in Zimbabwe after failing to hand herself over to the...
  Zimbabwe’s First Lady, Grace Mugabe, has reportedly landed back in her country after failing to hand herself over to the police in South Africa for allegedly assaulting a 20-year-old model at a Sandton, Johannesburg hotel. Zimbabwe government sources confirmed to...
South Africa’s Higher Education Deputy Minister, Mduduzi Manana, was on Thursday granted 5 000 rand bail at the Randburg Magistrates Court four days after he was accused of assaulting three women. 33-year-old Manana appeared briefly in court on two charges...
  President Jacob Zuma has directed the police to treat crimes against women and children in South Africa as priority crimes. Zuma disclosed this while speaking on Wednesday at the Galeshewe Stadium, in Kimberly on the occasion of the country’s...
South African President Jacob Zuma survived his 8th Vote of No Confidence on Tuesday as 198 parliamentarians voted in his favour against 177 opposing votes. Tuesday’s Vote of No Confidence was the most critical as the secret ballot system was adopted. The hope...
Western Cape police have warned that destruction of property and looting during marches to the South African Parliament planned for Monday and Tuesday will not be tolerated. Several marches have been planned in the City of Cape Town over the...