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A group of civil society groups, political parties and labour representatives have launched the Freedom Movement, and say citizens must not get "tired" of protesting.
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"It's time for Cyril Ramaphosa to stand up," says the British peer and anti-apartheid activist Lord Anthony St John of Bletso.
HuffPost's guide to five repercussions after the scrapping of the controversial nuclear acquisition programme.
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The axed deputy finance minister says the country is being "looted" in front of our eyes, and there is no coherent strategy for radical economic transformation.
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"[President] Jacob Zuma and the ANC have normalised the abuse of the people’s money"
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The finance minister says he will tell Moody's the government won't spend what it doesn't have to try to persuade it not to follow Fitch and S&P.
When the announcement of the cabinet reshuffle was made, the reaction was one of predictable outrage. We should not underestimate this current crisis.
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"Our people must be able to control and enjoy the economy and be part of how decisions are taken."
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"Some among our leaders have become slaves to a new form of colonial oppression."
Zuma called the protest against him racist and sidelined his enemies on Monday.
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The youth league in President Jacob Zuma's province has always defended Zuma.
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The axed minister joins the long line of former ministers to resign.
"For the first time in the history of the Republic, we are changing our ruling system through civil politics."
The minister of social development says the claims are "speculative reports disguised as an investigation".
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Church leaders representing millions of South Africans, address this letter to you and ask that you vote for the motion of no confidence in President Zuma.
Fikile Mbalula said the police will act against the destruction of property and intimidation.
The Cabinet reshuffle has seen former transport minister Peters also step down as a Member of Parliament.
Motshekga says last week’s special extended meeting of the ANC's NWC was 'irregularly constituted'.
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The party has referenced a News24 video to support their claims.
We are still in Egypt begging for deliverance from Pharaoh. Sooner or later we will be too fed up to beg.
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Thousands including opposition parties and civil organisations, are expected to march to Union Buildings.
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The move follows that of S&P Global Ratings one week ago after President Zuma's cabinet reshuffle and subsequent protests.
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"Don't divide our nation because if you continue to do so those that sided with you in 1994, they won't be here in five years."
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The DA wants the court to overturn Zuma's decision to fire former finance minister Pravin Gordhan and his deputy Mcebisi Jonas.
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The court ruled that the appointment of an interim board was also set aside.
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The failure of the governing party to implement its own socio-economic policy imperatives have become an issue dividing both the party and South Africans.
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Instead of marching against the president, the ANC Women's League wants South African women to focus on the economic programmes developed for them by him.
In a statement from Parliament, Mbete is set to address the media in Johannesburg on Sunday.