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The Guptas think I'm a 'likeable guy' - Duduzane Zuma tells the BBC - News24

Cape Town – President Jacob Zuma's son Duduzane Zuma on Thursday defended his business relations with the controversial Gupta-family, saying they became partners because he is “a likeable guy.” "I don't think they wanted anything from me. They liked me ...and more »

South African President Jacob Zuma gets rowdy reception in parliament - The Indian Express

Then when he attempted to field questions on the economy, violence against women and whether he was implicated in corruption, he faced a further barrage of interruptions. He has always denied wrongdoing. 0. Shares. Share. By: Reuters | Cape Town ...and more »

Parliament to debate DA's call for early elections - Business Day

The debate will take place on Tuesday next week, the National Assembly's programme committee announced on Thursday morning. The DA, which made the call for the dissolution of Parliament and early elections after President Jacob Zuma survived his eighth ...and more »

Watch: Julius Malema pleads with Jacob Zuma: 'Take us to court!' [video] - The South African

The president was answering questions in Parliament for the first time since June. Yep, you guessed it: Utter chaos ensued, and a court showdown was touted… He was in his usual Teflon-defence mode, dodging questions and giving blunt, short answers to ...and more »

Watch live: Jacob Zuma to face questions on state capture in Parliament - The South African

What benefits does Jacob Zuma get if he chooses to resign? PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA – AUGUST 01, 2017: President Jacob Zuma at the Presidential Guest House on August 01, 2017 in Pretoria, South Africa. The Cabinet Lekgotla will be held for the next 3 ...and more »

Jacob Zuma denies benefits to his family - Business Day

President Jacob Zuma takes to the podium during a question and answer session in Parliament on Thursday. Picture: SUPPLIED. President Jacob Zuma dodged questions in Parliament on Thursday, including whether he had helped his relatives get government ...and more »

Mbete in EFF crosshairs, Zuma next - Mail & Guardian

The Economic Freedom Fighters party does not want the Constitutional Court to tell the National Assembly or its speaker, Baleka Mbete, what to do, it will argue before that court on Tuesday. All it wants is an order that Parliament must properly ...and more »

WATCH | Duduzane Zuma in exclusive BBC interview: 'I like the Guptas' - Times LIVE

Duduzane Zuma, son of President Jacob Zuma, has denied any claims of corruption in an interview with the BBC's Africa correspondent, Milton Nkosi, who travelled to Dubai to meet him. The full interview will be broadcast during Focus on Africa on BBC ...and more »

The awkward questions Jacob Zuma will face from MPs - Business Day

President Jacob Zuma, did you influence any state department to award contracts to your family? That is one of six questions that Zuma is scheduled to answer in Parliament on Thursday afternoon. Zuma will be quizzed on the awarding of state contracts ...and more »

I didn't ask anyone to help my family with state capture, or whatever - Zuma - News24

Cape Town – President Jacob Zuma wishes to “make it categorically clear” that he never instructed any state institutions to give contracts to his family members. But he will appoint an inquiry into “state capture, or whatever”. The National Assembly ...and more »