Abrahams said: “After consideration of the matter, I am of the view that there are reasonable prospects of successful prosecution of Zuma on the charges listed in the indictment.”
Ramaphosa is expected to meet with his Angolan counterpart, Joao Lourenco, who also chairs the SADC Politics, Defence and Security Body.
The President of NiRA, Sunday Afolayan, told the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos that Nigeria had yet to be where it should, in terms of .ng domain name.
The 783 counts of corruption against Zuma relate to a 30 billion rand (2.6 billion dollars) government arms deal arranged in the late 1990s.
The Finance Minister, Malusi Gigaba, said while presenting the budget plan before parliament that VAT would increase to 15 per cent from 14 per cent effective April 1.
Five police officers and an off-duty soldier were killed in the attack in Nqcobo, about 800 km southeast of Johannesburg, police spokesman Brig. Vishnu Naidoo said
From the benefit of hindsight, the Confidence vote was to buy Zuma some time and see if he could turn the fortunes of the country around and in turn rekindle the fast ebbing faith of the people in the party. However, like a hungry lion…
Zuma told the nation late on Wednesday that he was standing down after being instructed to do so by the ruling party, the African National Congress.
In a 30-minute farewell address to the nation, 75-year-old Zuma said he disagreed with the way the ANC had shoved him toward an early exit after the election of Cyril Ramaphosa as party president in December, but would accept its orders.
The ministry’s spokesperson, Dr Tope Elias-Fatile, stated this while briefing newsmen on Wednesday in Abuja on a wide range of issues and activities of the ministry.
“I am being victimised here. I think there has been a misinterpretation,” Zuma said in an attempt to present his side of the story.
“Ramaphosa has been lobbying for Zuma to resign and has said he hopes to conclude talks with him “in coming days in the interests of the country”.
Lethebo Rabalao, referred to by local media as “the prophet of doom,” was found guilty of four count charges of assault as well as “contravening the Agricultural Act” by a court in Limpopo province.
“The state and the law firm representing 63 of the families reached an agreement that they would each receive about 16,500 dollars.
South Africa cannot continue to be held in limbo while Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, Zuma and their respective factions continue to fight over the terms of Zuma’s exit, Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane said.