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South Africa's Malema owes tax authorities $2 million

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - ANC renegade Julius Malema, President Jacob Zuma's most vocal critic, has been given a $2 million tax bill, authorities said on Sunday, days after a warrant was issued for his arrest.Full story

South Africa's Zuma: "I am with the people"

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - South African President Jacob Zuma dismissed critics who accuse him of being out of touch with the people and brushed aside one of his most vocal opponents, saying populist rival Julius Malema had no influence and was "just talk". Full story

South Africa police bar ANC rebel in miner strike crackdown

MARIKANA, South Africa (Reuters) - South African police stopped ANC renegade Julius Malema from addressing striking miners on Monday as the government intensified efforts to contain labor unrest at mines in the world's top platinum producer. Full story

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A supporter cheers for expelled African National Congress Youth League leader Julius Malema as he addresses mineworkers in the small mining town of Virginia in the Free State province, October 9, 2012. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: POLITICS)