Uhuru Kenyatta

2 shot dead in post-election unrest

NAIROBI. - Two protesters were shot dead by police in the Kenyan capital yesterday as unrest broke out after opposition claims of massive rigging in an election that President Uhuru Kenyatta looked c...
President Zuma

Zuma survives no-confidence vote

Cape Town. – South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma  yesterday survived his latest vote of no confidence, the eighth such for his presidency, despite the ballot being held in secret in a bid by th...
People queue to cast their ballots at a polling station in Nairobi yesterday as Kenyans held presidential elections

8 eye Kenyan presidency

NAIROBI. – About 19.6 million Kenyans flocked to more than 40 000 polling stations across the nation to cast ballots for the election of the country’s next president yesterday.
Baleka Mbete

Secret ballot gets nod

CAPE TOWN. – South Africa’s National Speaker of Parliament Baleka Mbete yesterday announced that the vote of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma will be done through a secret ballot today.
Jacob Zuma

Your vote could save ANC, MPS told

JOHANNESBURG. — The vote of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma will be the most important and difficult ballot ANC MPs will have to decide on, the party’s stalwarts said yesterday.