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JSE bounces back

18 Dec 2007  /  Reuters   2
But still in the red.

Voting for ANC officials begins Tuesday 6am

18 Dec 2007
Mbeki and Zuma only candidates for party president.

Jacob Zuma is the new president of the ANC

18 Dec 2007  /  Politicsweb reporter  
Zuma gets 2 329 votes Mbeki 1 505.

“Virus” threatens ANC survival – Mbeki

17 Dec 2007
ANC president issues warning in two-and-a-half hour report to conference.

Voting for ANC leader to start Tuesday – official

17 Dec 2007  /  Reuters  
Zuma is favourite to win the contest, which will line him up to become South Africa's president in 2009.

ANC voting delayed

17 Dec 2007
Election for party president held over until Monday.

South Africa at a watershed

17 Dec 2007  /  James Myburgh   
Voting for ANC president (probably) to go ahead this evening.

Jacob Zuma, controversial but popular

16 Dec 2007  /  Reuters  
Jacob Zuma has dodged one political minefield after another to become a frontrunner in the race to lead the ruling ANC.

South Africa ruling party to hold leadership vote

16 Dec 2007  /  Paul Simao, Reuters  
More than 4,000 ANC delegates gather at the five-day conference to elect a leader who could succeed South African President Thabo Mbeki.

Rand softer

14 Dec 2007  /  Reuters  
Market eyes ruling party meet.

Two days to critical mass

14 Dec 2007
Jacob Zuma, business and the labour-left.

The monkey on Zuma’s shoulder

13 Dec 2007
The frontrunner for the ANC presidency once backed Mugabe.

NPA head seeks meeting on Jackie Selebi – report

13 Dec 2007 7
With the Justice Minister over the possible arrest of police chief.

Manufacturing confidence up

13 Dec 2007  /  Reuters  
Slowdown seen – BER.

A new/old reality in South Africa

12 Dec 2007  /  Paul Trewhela  
A different kind of political ‘hegemony’ comes into view.

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