The rand, which weakened 9.4% against the dollar in May, was one of the largest contributors to the fall in the index
Tough being finance minister when your worst enemy is the president – just ask South Africa’s Gordhan
“I don’t think it would be easy for any finance minister in any country in the world to operate in this kind of environment”
Cash fleeing South Africa in longest run of outflows since 1999; unlikely to end with cloud hanging over Zuma
Direct investments by South Africans abroad more than doubled in the fourth quarter from the previous three months
UPDATE: Gupta brothers linked to Zuma scandal and 'state capture' didn't flee S. Africa for Dubai - official
The Gupta brothers have long been accused of wielding undue influence over President Zuma
Zuma "is a political corpse," says an analyst. He “took a wrong turn in a number of respects,” adds a lawyer who was one of Mandela’s closest friends
Africa has about 165,000 High Net Worth Individuals, with combined wealth holdings of $860 billion
Two battered BRICS chiefs: Zuma and Brazil’s Rousseff united in misery as corruption threatens gains
Both countries have the capacity to recover from their crises, but the current leadership in Brazil and South Africa can’t do it
The Gupta 'state capture' reveals South Africa's worst nightmare: that it's becoming an 'African country'
But there's a lifeline - state "weakness" means that you can refashion, and reorder the state with relative ease, as Magufuli's Tanzania has shown us
Zuma battles to save presidency as dirt piles up and ANC warns of 'mafia state'; top party organ meets this weekend
The good news: bonds have surged this week and the rand rallied for the second day, as investors reckon Zuma's grip on power is loosening
While Zuma easily survived the no-confidence debate, heavy losses for the ANC in local elections could turn the party against him
The country produces 70% of the world's platinum, which has fallen in price by almost a half in five years
He admitted the economy was in trouble and called on private sector to help the country avoid a looming downgrade of its debt to junk status
Zuma “needs to be told that it takes a long time to build a reputation for good business and it only takes minutes to destroy it”
Rand meltdown brings junk rating for South Africa closer; could get worse for Africa’s second largest economy
Policy makers are running out of options on how to ease the crisis. Debt has surged to almost 50% of GDP from 26% in 2009 when Zuma came to power
Millionaire Indian family that owns ‘everything’ including, allegedly, the president, seen as symbol of faltering S.Africa.
The police documented 2,289 violent public-service demonstrations in the year through March, up from 1,907 the year before.
Some political parties have criticised the #zumamustfall movement for only representing the interests of the middle class
It was a bigger reduction than forecast by seven 20 economists surveyed, while the rest predicted the rate would stay unchanged.
The games will contribute 11 billion rand ($820 million) to the South African economy.
Agriculture shrank by a whopping 17.4%. "South Africa needs to have a shock to the system...to shift the political status quo," says analyst.