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Jacob Zuma, who was forced to resign last month, was charged with corruption over a $2.5 billion state arms deal.
Ramaphosa has fulfilled his long-held ambition to lead the country.
The South African president's departure marks the end of a term beset by corruption and poor governance.
The decision brings an end to his nine scandal-plagued years in power.
“We would not deign to make comments as derogatory as that about any country that has any kind of socio-economic or other difficulties."
Seven times the Parliament of South Africa had voted on a motion of no-confidence in President Jacob Zuma. And seven times
I took a defiant stance, made no apologies for what I had done and stood with the liberation movement. Statement from the
While the remarkable and peaceful democratic transition that began in 1994 opened up the political system and dismantled the racist apartheid regime, the country has hit debilitating political and economic roadblocks, potentially derailing the country completely.
Chadwick brilliantly paints the struggle for freedom by black South Africans against the backdrop of the sweeping mountainous and beach terrains of South Africa while managing to stay away from hero worship in the film.
In the weeks since his death at age 95, Nelson Mandela's thinking on the strategic direction of the liberation struggle in South Africa has been oversimplified by proponents of nonviolent and armed resistance alike.
There is a history here which I think most Canadians are unaware of, where Canada played a very important role, punching well above its weight in the international arena.
A golden rule of readership can be summarized by leveraging the old real estate cliché about "location, location, location."
In late February of 1990, just two weeks after being released from prison, Nelson Mandela met with Palestine Liberation Organization Chairman Yasir Arafat. Afterwards Mandela spoke publicly of his affinity with the Palestinian people and his support for their struggle.
Among the Republicans who repeatedly voted against the freeing of Nelson Mandela was future Vice President Dick Cheney, then a Republican congressman from Wyoming.
In 1986, Nelson Mandela -- the former president of South Africa who died Thursday at the age of 95 -- was serving the 23rd year of what would ultimately be a 27-year prison sentence. The Western world was finally acknowledging the true horrors of Apartheid, a system of racial segregation that denied basic rights to blacks -- including citizenship and the right to vote -- and brutally oppressed a generation of South Africans fighting for equality.
Nelson Mandela deserves a place of honor with the dissidents and dreamers who knocked down the Berlin Wall and defeated the Soviet Union. And I am honored to have grown up watching it happen.
Nelson Mandela wasn't a "personality" politician. He was the leader of a movement and a model for the world. We'll be learning from his example long after the eulogies have ended.
South Africa’s apartheid regime designated Mandela’s African National Congress (ANC) as a terrorist organization for its
Cheney's staunch resistance to the Anti-Apartheid Act arose as an issue during his future campaigns on the presidential ticket
Creativity and critical thinking help the healing of a divided country. We need a nation of scientists, engineers and accountants. But we also need a nation of dreamers, thinkers and storytellers.