"I cannot reconcile myself with a group of people who believe that race is irrelevant in the discussion of inequality..."
The lopsided nature of partial results published could revive fears over the country's fragile peace deal
If it goes ahead, the trial would be the first time Zuma faces a court on graft charges
There has been a rising outcry against sexist violence in the country over the last two months after a series of murders
Zuma sought in March to have the case dropped, maintaining it was politically motivated
Police fired teargas to disperse the protests but demonstrators kept regrouping
Doctors striking in Zimbabwe for pay hikes defied a government order to resume work on Monday
Mcebisi Jonas, former deputy finance minister, said he was offered a $40-million bribe by a Gupta brother through Duduzane Zuma