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Jacob Zuma

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  1. News24.com | Zuma will only respond to 6 questions in March

    President Jacob Zuma will only respond to six questions in the National Assembly next month, Parliament says, prompting a demand from the DA for an additional session. FULL ARTICLE AT News24

  2. I had a farm in Africa

    Freedom’s bounty CHURCHILLIAN is seldom an adjective used to describe Jacob Zuma, South Africa’s president, whose ponderous parliamentary speeches are so irresistibly soporific to backbenchers that at least ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Economist

  1. [SAIIA]Since President Mbeki's administration gave way to President Jacob Zuma's one, South Africa has taken a back seat on international issues. FULL ARTICLE AT AllAfrica.com

  2. [Africa Check]The debate on President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation Address saw impassioned speeches by the leaders of South Africa's two main opposition parties. We fact-checked ... FULL ARTICLE AT AllAfrica.com

  3. Fin24.com | Nene: I wasn't biased towards KZN

    No, KwaZulu-Natal did not get the biggest slice of the budget pie because Nhlanhla Nene and Jacob Zuma live there, says the finance minister. FULL ARTICLE AT News24

  1. News24.com | Nkandla details could put Zuma at risk

    Disclosure of Nkandla security structures, sought by architect Minenhle Makhanya, could put President Jacob Zuma in danger, according to papers before the KwaZulu-Natal High Court. FULL ARTICLE AT News24

  2. Fin24.com | Nene contradicted Zuma, says Malema

    Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene's 2015/16 budget speech contradicts President Jacob Zuma's state-of-the-nation address, says EFF leader Julius Malema. FULL ARTICLE AT News24

  3. Fin24.com | All about Nene's budget - as it happened

    Very diverse reaction to the National Budget - Julius Malema says Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene and President Jacob Zuma speak different languages. FULL ARTICLE AT Fin24

  4. Fin24.com | What Nene should tell Zuma

    Although the finance minister called on the public for tips on how to manage SA's finances, many taxpayers saw it as a chance to take a swipe at President ... FULL ARTICLE AT News24

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Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma (born 12 April 1942) is a South African politician. He is the President of the African National Congress (ANC), the governing political party, and was Deputy President of South Africa from 1999 to 2005. Zuma is also referred to by his initials JZ and his clan name Msholozi. As probably the most prominent Zulu ANC politician and a leader for leftist constituencies within... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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