Fezekile Ntsukela Kuzwayo (Khwezi) Collection

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During the 2006 rape trial in which President Jacob Zuma was acquitted of rape, there wasn’t much in common in Zuma or Khwezi’s testimonies. But one thing that was consistent is that...
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Ten years since President Jacob Zuma’s rape trial ended in a controversial “not guilty” verdict, his rape accuser has remained invisible with few people knowing her exact...
Author: Noni Mokati
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The woman who accused President Jacob Zuma of rape‚ Fezekile Ntsukela Kuzwayo‚ was from a family of political exiles whose life was spread across Zimbabwe‚ Swaziland‚ Tanzania...
Author: TMG Digital
Publisher: Daily Maverick
The lessons of the Zuma rape trial have a bearing on the type of future leadership we must seek. In the normal course of events someone acquitted of a criminal charge should be left in peace and in...
Author: Raymond Suttner
The judge presiding over the rape trial of South Africa's former Deputy President Jacob Zuma has said he is stepping down to protect the judiciary. Defence lawyers had argued Bernard Ngoepe...
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Publisher: BBC News
The woman accusing South African ex-Deputy President Jacob Zuma of rape is being cross-examined in court. The judge has agreed to the defence's request to admit questions about the complainant...
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Publisher: BBC News
South African ex-Deputy President Jacob Zuma said he showered after sex with an HIV-positive woman, thinking this would reduce his risk of being infected. This emerged as he was cross-questioned...
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Publisher: BBCNews

While Jacob Zuma was being hailed as a king who could do no wrong by thousands outside the Johannesburg High Court, his alleged victim and her supporters were insulted and abused by the crowd. The...
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Fezekile Ntsukela Kuzwayo (known to many as Khwezi) has left a legacy behind for young female activists to continue, says the Daily Maverick's Marianne Thamm. Thamm says the silent anti-rape...
Author: Marianne Thamm
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Publisher: Cape Talk