The South African government has introduced radical new economic measures to address the problem of wealth distribution
"Zuma...has stolen from us, he has corrupted the economy.. he has made this country a joke and after that, he has laughed at us" - EFF leader Malema
Protests as S. Africa top court hears case against Zuma; leader offers to pay back money spent on his home
Zuma, often been accused of allowing corruption to flourish since he came to power in 2009, is under pressure over a sharply slowing economy
Once militant, now millionaire. Next up, Ramaphosa’s chances of being next South Africa president rise
It would crown a comeback from political obscurity after Thabo Mbeki outmaneuvered him to become deputy president in 1994.
South African student protests rattle Zuma’s party; in 10 days they achieved what the opposition couldn't in 20 years
Public anger is mounting over a 25% unemployment rate, corruption, and one of the world’s highest levels of inequality.
South Africa’s ANC bleeds, losing members as anger mounts. Party chief says internal feuds could be deadly
Party’s election majority has dropped over the years because people have become disillusioned - President Zuma.
This much-courted vote had long been thought as up for the grab by Mmusi Maimane's DA. And even the ruling ANC has much to be worried about.
EFF chief: SA wouldn’t be like Zimbabwe if blacks repossessed land. “You’re poor without anything. Zimbabweans are poor but they’ve got land”.
“[SA] getting to the point of the ‘West African facilitation fee’ approach, where people always need a facilitation fee to get a tender through”.
Zuma profited from the opposition tactics, as he avoided answering questions including on the "escape" of Sudan president Bashir from South Africa.
South Africans lose ANC faith as opposition targets voters and ‘white party’ picks first black leader
The 103-year-old party won with 69.7% in 1994, but slid to 62.2% in 2014. Disillusioned voters could punish it heavily in 2019.
Pigs will fly, hens will grow teeth before Zuma falls, minister says; and in South Sudan it’s war as usual
Rebels have violated a truce signed in January 2014 on at least 19 occasions and government forces 16 times as of March 4.
Zuma has been battered, and is the butt of comedian’s jokes and over-the-top cartoonists’ caricatures.