Some countries, including Malawi said the continent could not afford to leave the international court.
South Africa escapes 'junk' rating; reprieve strengthens finance minister Gordhan in Zuma tug-of-war
Analysts see the decision as a sign that "Zuma cannot survive without Gordhan, even though their relationship will continue to be very rocky"
Zuma has endured months of criticism and growing calls for him to step down after a series of corruption scandals amid falling economic growth
“There are comrades who say Zuma must resign now and those who say we will die with him as a person. Both positions are wrong”
Zuma woos Buhari as Africa's biggest rivals try to make up but it could be too late—the ground is shifting under them
Even as the two jostle for regional supremacy as the natural leader of the continent, there are dark horses fast coming up on them.
The 850 troops will end operations on April 15, according to UN sources, as the friendship between the leaders of both countries continues to blossom.
South African president, who is in his mid-term, 'might be reaching that point of being a lame duck'
We have our own outrageous Donald Trumps—some funny, some just not so.
'We've never heard of him': Zuma's pick of new finance minister leaves everyone scratching their heads
David van Rooyen will replace Nhlanhla Nene, but the markets didn't like it, as the currency crashed to a record low.
You know them by their words: What African leaders said when they met a powerful man from a rich country
Some stuck a boot into the West, others urged beneficial ties, and some saw the opportunities. And there are also those who went off in a tangent.