Winnie Mandela profiled by ‘Nightline’ in 1985
She discussed the South African government’s “banning order” against her.
Israel says the military has delivered eight trucks full of humanitarian aid and medical supplies to the Gaza Strip, where Israeli troops firing from across the border killed nearly 60 Palestinians at mass border protests on Monday.
Residents of Cape Town rejoiced Friday evening when an unexpected storm rolled over the drought -stricken city, dropping precious rain and loud claps of thunder throughout the night. "Every drop probably gives a bit of relief," said Erwin Schwella, who lives in a suburb outside the city center. "If
South African President Jacob Zuma is refusing to resign after being recalled by the ruling African National Congress on Tuesday amid allegations of fraud and misuse of taxpayer funds. If parliament votes against him in a motion of no confidence set for Thursday, the embattled president said, "I
The African National Congress , the party of the late Nelson Mandela and the ruling party in South Africa, has ordered the country's president, Jacob Zuma, to hand in his resignation, though giving him no deadline to do so. The party’s secretary general, Ace Magashule, made the announcement at a
In South Africa, all eyes are on the ruling African National Congress party today as its top decision-making body meets to discuss the fate of the country’s president, Jacob Zuma . The ANC, the party of the late Nelson Mandela , is facing mounting pressure from within its own ranks as well as from
The public was a mix of cheering supporters and angry rioters amid the 71-year-old's release.
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
World condemnation came quickly today after President Donald Trump's remarks calling Haiti and other African countries "shole countries" Rupert Colville, the spokesperson for the Office of the United Nations Commissioner for Human Rights, characterized the remarks as "racist." "This isn't just a