S.Africa ex-president Zuma back in court over graft charges
Former South African president Jacob Zuma arrives at court in Pietermartizburg as he plans to fight to have corruption charges against him over 1990s arms deal dropped before the case comes to trial. Zuma, who was forced to resign by the ruling ANC party last year, has been charged with 16 counts of fraud, racketeering and money laundering relating to the weapons deal dating back to before he took office in 2009.
Losing its way: The rise and fall of South Africa's ANC
Losing Its way: The Rise and Fall of South Africa's ANC.
South Africa's ANC moves toward victory
The ruling ANC has won the election with most of the votes counted, despite a steep dip in turnout. Corruption scandals and political infighting have seen support for the late Nelson Mandela's party wane.
South Africa: Opposition leader Mmusi Maimane casts his vote
Mmusi Maimane, leader of the main opposition centrist Democratic Alliance (DA) party, casts his vote in the South African general elections. The ruling ANC party, in power since 1994, is the favorite to win despite corruption scandals, sluggish economic growth, and record unemployment.
S.Africans weigh in on vote ahead of Wednesday's election
South Africa's election on Wednesday is set to test whether the ruling ANC party has staunched a decline in popularity caused by corruption scandals, lackluster growth and record unemployment. The election comes 25 years since Nelson Mandela led the African National Congress (ANC) to power in the country's first multi-racial ballot, which marked the globally-celebrated end of apartheid rule.
ANC to replace Jacob Zuma
South Africa's ANC says party officials barred by courts will not vote at conference.
South Africa's Zuma may face no-confidence motion
South African President Jacob Zuma could face a vote of no confidence in parliament after making sweeping changes to his cabinet without consulting senior ANC officials.
A change in leadership will tackle corruption in South Africa - F.W. De Klerk
Former South African President, F.W. De Klerk, who received a Nobel Peace Prize with Nelson Mandela for ending apartheid, discusses unemployment, Donald Trump, corruption and the political leadership in South Africa.