South African Opposition Unites to Put Pressure on Zuma
Eight opposition parties have proposed a motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma citing among other things a weakened justice system and spiralling corruption.
First Lady Makhumalo; President Jacob Zuma and Parliament Speaker Max Sisulu arrive at Parliament to attend the 2012 State Of the Nation Address in Cape Town.
South Africa: Opposition Parties Have No Confidence in Zuma
SAPA, 8 November 2012
Parliamentary Leader of the Opposition Lindiwe Mazibuko gave notice of a motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma in the National Assembly on Thursday afternoon. Read more »
South Africa: Zuma and 'No Confidence' - How Would You Vote?
Daily Maverick, 9 November 2012
The motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma proposed by opposition parties in Parliament is obviously destined to fail. The rationale might be sound if they had the numbers… Read more »
South Africa: The Zuma Cocktail - Tradition, Leadership and Politics
Daily Maverick, 6 November 2012
The president's comments to the National House of Traditional Leaders last week returned the role of customary law and traditional leadership to the national agenda. Amakhosi play… Read more »
President Jacob Zuma is being criticised over alleged taxpayer-funded renovations of a new town being built close to his family home. The opposition DA, who is threatening legal ... Read more »