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  • South Africa hit by one-day labor strike and protests

     
    Thousands of South Africans marched in cities around the country Wednesday as a major trade union federation called a one-day strike to protest against labor brokers -- and remind the government of the movement's power....
  • South African gallery closes after controversial work is defaced

     
    South Africa's Goodman Gallery, which displayed a controversial Brett Murray painting, "The Spear," of the country's president with his genitals exposed, announced Tuesday it was closing its doors temporarily because of threats. The decision came after...
  • Farmworker convicted of killing South African white supremacist

     
    Farmworker convicted of killing South African white supremacist Eugene TerreBlanche: Chris Mahlangu, 29, was convicted Tuesday of killing his employer, South African white supremacist, Eugene TerreBlanche in April 2010. His companion, Patrick Ndlovu, 18,...
  • South Africa President Zuma sues over painting depicting him unzipped

     
    South Africa's President Zuma sues over painting depicting him unzipped: A painting by a white Cape Town artist, Brett Murray, depicting South African President Jacob Zuma as Soviet leader Lenin -- but with his genitals exposed -- has caused a storm of...
  • South African president's lawyer weeps in court case over painting

     
    Gcina Malindi, a lawyer for South African President Jacob Zuma, broke down and wept after tough questioning from a white High Court judge, in a hearing on Zuma's efforts to have a portrait depicting him with genitals exposed banned from all public...
  • South African President Zuma, gallery settle case over painting

     
    South African President Jacob Zuma settles legal case over controversial painting, "The Spear" depicting him with genitals exposed: After weeks of confrontation and torment over the controversial painting, “The Spear” depicting South African...
  • South African President Zuma changes police chiefs amid scandals

     
    One day after being fired, former South African police chief Bheki Cele accused his critics of trying to discredit him and pledged to clear his name. Cele, who was sacked Tuesday by President Jacob Zuma amid accusations of dishonesty and impropriety, said...
  • South African fined $1,000 for spilling whiskey near president

     
    Man fined for assault for spilling his drink on the South African president: A South African court fined a Johannesburg man $1,000 for assault after he was found guilty of spilling his whiskey on the country's president, Jacob Zuma, at a meeting in July...
  • South African ruling party suspends youth leader Malema

     
    South Africa's ruling party has suspended Julius Malema. The youth leader got an unexpectedly tough five-year suspension at the party disciplinary hearing for sowing discord by criticizing President Jacob Zuma....
  • South African ruling party youth leader refuses to resign

     
    South African ruling party youth leader Julius Malema slammed disciplinary procedures against him as worse than apartheid justice. Malema said he would not step down as ANC Youth League president, despite his suspension....
  • South African president snubs Michelle Obama, but she carries on to Botswana and her safari

     
    President Jacob Zuma sends prison minister and one of his three wives to meet with President Obama's wife....
  • LIBYA: African Union refuses to recognize new Libyan government

     
    Officials called an emergency meeting on the 15-member council, which they said was split almost in half between countries that have recognized the opposition Libyan government and those that have not, including many past supporters of embattled Libyan...