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Zuma survives no confidence motion

Zuma survives no confidence motion

Zuma's office has told a former public protector behind the State Capture report to stop making comments about it.

Brazil’s economic recovery tests Temer

Brazil’s economic recovery tests Temer

A revitalized economy is now pushed back to begin in Q2 2017, rather than the beginning of the new year.

Public protector recommends judicial inquiry into state capture allegations

Public protector recommends judicial inquiry into state capture allegations

The report does not provide proof of criminal wrongdoing by President Jacob Zuma.

Charges dropped against SA’s Gordhan

Charges dropped against SA’s Gordhan

South Africa's National Prosecuting Authority reviewed the fraud charges and found them without merit.

South Africa’s Finance Minister to announce budget

South Africa’s Finance Minister to announce budget

“I have a job to do in a difficult economic environment and serve South Africa as best I can."

Hectic discussions between BRICS leaders in India

Hectic discussions between BRICS leaders in India

Both Zuma and Putin referred to the "complicated global situation" during a bilateral meeting.

IMF: South Africa, Nigeria to see slower growth in 2017

IMF: South Africa, Nigeria to see slower growth in 2017

South Africa and Nigeria need to adjust their fiscal policies to reinvigorate growth.

Africa plans to boost rhino numbers

Africa plans to boost rhino numbers

Rhino populations fell 97 per cent between 1960 and 1990.

World wildlife conference opens in South Africa

World wildlife conference opens in South Africa

This is shaping up to be the most important gathering to date that focuses on wildlife trade and conservation, officials said.

South African economy reaps benefit of weak rand

South African economy reaps benefit of weak rand

Final sales soar 6.6 per cent in second quarter as exports surge 18.1 per cent