Thabo Mbeki News
Ramaphosa aims to lead South Africa out of corruption swamp
Ramaphosa aims to lead South Africa out of corruption swamp, but 2019 election poses challenge
Scandals finally catch up with South Africa's Zuma
As scandal after scandal unfolded, South African President Jacob Zuma maintained an affable demeanor in public, rallied his support base and, it is alleged, enabled his corrupt associates. Eventually, he ran out of options.
ANC committee deliberates on South African leader's fate
South Africans await end to political limbo in which President Jacob Zuma has remained in office despite calls to resign because of corruption allegations
AP Explains: Who's in charge in South Africa these days?
AP Explains: Who's in charge in South Africa these days? President Jacob Zuma faces calls to resign
Party of Nelson Mandela faces calls to oust South Africa's president
In South Africa, calls are mounting for the party that has been in control since Nelson Mandela 's presidency, the African National Congress (ANC), to force the country’s president to step down. Jacob Zuma was replaced by Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa as party leader in December. A special
'This Week' Transcript: Remembering Nelson Mandela
A rush transcript of "This week with George Stephanopoulos" airing on Sunday morning, December 8 2013 on ABC News is below. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. STEPHANOPOULOS: Good morning and welcome to This Week. A monumental man. (BEGIN VIDEOTAPE) BARACK OBAMA, PRESIDENT
The Life and Times of Nelson Mandela
Nelson Mandela became South Africa's first democratically elected president.
Nelson Mandela Inspires a Nation as 95th Birthday Nears
He gave up the adult years of his life and sacrificed his family for the cause of ending apartheid and bringing equal rights to his fellow South Africans. On Thursday Nelson Mandela will turn 95. "Because of you I now have friends of a different race," Neo Malahla, 9, reads from a letter she wrote
Nelson Mandela in Critical Condition
Nelson Mandela , the former president of South Africa, took a turn for the worse and was in critical condition today in his battle with a lung infection, according to a statement from the South African president's office. "The doctors are doing everything possible to get his condition to improve
Nelson Mandela's Ambulance Broke Down on the Way to Hospital
The former South Africa president is still in serious but stable condition.