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For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: August 22 2015 11:44 am Olivia Wilde said she finally learned to accept herself after her eight-year marriage to Tao Ruspoli ended Related News Olivia Wilde felt comfortable with herself when she got divorced at the age of 27 The 30-year-old actress – who has 16-month-old son Otis with fiance Jason Sudeikis 39 – said she finally learned to accept herself after her eight-year marriage to Tao Ruspoli ended reported Contactmusic Asked if she had a point where she realised she didn’t care about other people’s opinions she said “I was 27 I got a divorce and I felt like I finally started my career I started making movies and projects that I just really believed in Share This Article Related Article “I remember a good friend saying to me now isn’t it relaxing that you don’t have to be perfect And I thought that is something that happens for everyone not just for professionals At the end of your twenties you realise you are inherently flawed and that’s great and that’s what makes you dynamic” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAfter Zimbabwe South Africa is yet another country that is witnessing acute crises at the party state and the societal levels within southern Africa There is a growing discontent with the African National Congress (ANC)-led Jacob Zuma regime due to pervasive corruption and misrule Moreover ANC’s alliance with the South African Communist Party (SACP) is almost dead and its other partner Congress of South African Trade Union (COSATU) is undergoing intractable crisis As the ANC is gearing up to hold its 54th national conference from 16 to 20 December 2017 at Gauteng President Zuma’s critics want to highlight how the misrule of Zuma has virtually stifled development of South Africa Almost one third of South Africans live below the poverty line Besides problems such as growing rate of unemployment among the youth soaring debts inflation and endemic corruption of mammoth proportions entangled with arbitrary exercise of power by the Zuma regime have consistently undermined the credibility of the ANC A colourful and controversial president Zuma has faced charges from alleged rape to massive financial scams since he assumed office in 2009 File photo of South African president Jacob Zuma Reuters Unsurprisingly Zuma was dealt a severe legal blow when 783 charges against him in cases involving corruption money laundering and racketeering were reopened for investigation by the Supreme Court in September 2017 Julius Malema’s party called Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) is determined to expose financial scams under Zuma The EFF is not merely influenced by Marx and Lenin but rebel thinker Frantz Fanon who drove home the significance of race-based politics in dehumanising the black races In the midst of radical opposition from the parties like the EFF as well as media the judiciary is more often giving verdicts on legal battles inimical to Zuma regime Indeed like the Indian National Congress (INC) after Nehru the ANC after hundred and five years of its existence is witnessing progressive deterioration because it is losing inner values and idealism of Mandela years Ostensibly Zuma has reconciled to the fact that he is an outgoing president since the ANC will choose its presidential candidate in the forthcoming conference The candidate will contest the presidential election in 2019 Nevertheless he is also trying to push Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma his ex-wife as a candidate for the presidential office Dlamini Zuma a competent anti-apartheid activist in her own right was minister of health and later of foreign affairs in South Africa before the African Union Commission elected her as its Chairperson in 2012 Cyril Ramaphosa current deputy president of South Africa is also a powerful contender for the job An erstwhile trade union leader a self-confessed socialist and a businessman Ramaphosa is also market-friendly and perceived as someone who can revive ANC’s fortunes If the ANC is serious about reinventing itself it needs to address the most dominant issue of the cancerous growth of corruption and its debilitating impact on South African state and society Strangely past corruption scandals have been incessantly haunting President Zuma In 1999 when Zuma was deputy president the South African government announced its largest-ever arms deal involving US $5 billion The deal involved companies from Germany France Britain Sweden and South Africa Allegations of bribery rocked the Thabo Mbeki as well as Zuma regime over the arms deal Owing to the deal Tony Yengeni the then chief whip of the ANC and member of the defence committee of parliament was convicted of fraud in 2003 Likewise Schabir Shaik a financial advisor who was allegedly soliciting bribe on behalf of Zuma from Thint (a local subsidiary of French company called Thales) was found guilty in 2005 Although charges of fraud were dropped against Zuma in 2005 they are resurfacing now in spite of his vehement denials to the contrary The greatest corruption scandal under Zuma has been Guptagate An Indian family of Guptas closely associated and generously supported by Zuma has been able to build a formidable business empire with a wide range of assets in the areas from mines to media in South Africa It has allowed Guptas to enjoy excessive political influence in the functioning of the government since 2013 Guptas were also able to appoint a deputy finance minister (Mcebisi Jonas in 2014) of their choice through Zuma through alleged bribery Media and civil society in South Africa resented such ‘corporate capture’ of the state that allows big conglomerates to make meal of democracy In the midst of Guptagate Zuma had fired Pravin Gordhan his honest finance minister who was fighting corruption from within in March 2016 However Ramaphosa had opposed the decision and showed courage to speak truth to power Sadly the decision had led to a fall in international credit ratings of South Africa which marked it with ‘junk status’ What is more Zuma showed no qualms about spending lavish governmental funds towards refashioning his private residence Chased by a blazing trail of corruption charges and misrule Zuma has had to face no confidence motions in the parliament but the last one launched in August 2017 led to secret ballot voting where Zuma regime could survive with a slim majority of barely 21 votes (198 for 177 against and 25 abstentions) There was also conspicuous dissent in the ranks of the ANC which challenged legitimacy of Zuma within his own party Admittedly the existence of key strategic minerals like uranium gold platinum diamonds etc and quest to bolster security through arms deals have often left enough room for structural corruption in South Africa since apartheid days Consequently it has not been easy to contain an urge of predator politicians to take cuts from mining to launder money overseas or add more cash to funds of the ANC There is an ongoing and visible tussle between corrupt politicians and greedy businessmen on one hand and independent regulators and judiciary on the other Amidst this a vibrant judiciary and resilient civil society with courageous journalists/activists appear like a silver lining in the clouds Under the prevailing conditions the ANC will have to choose a leader with a clean record in its national conference Among the two serious contenders it is Cyril Ramaphosa rather than Dlamini Zuma who is more unequivocal against corruption while the latter like President Zuma has stooges of Gupta on her slate Although the contest is still wide open between the two contenders so far Ramaphosa has received 1862 nominations from ANC branches located in nine provinces while Dlamini Zuma has received only 1309 nominations The contest for ANC presidency is being keenly observed the world over (The author is the president of the GB Pant Social Science Institute Allahabad and founder and former vice-chancellor of the Central University of Allahabad) Manila: The death toll from a tropical storm that struck the southern Philippines has risen to 30 officials said on Saturday Nineteen deaths were reported near the town of Tubod on Mindanao island where Tropical Storm Tembin unleashed flash floods and mudslides that devastated one village a regional police report said Four others were killed in nearby towns and cities police said while seven people perished in Lanao del Sur province according to civil defence officials there Karachi:At least four terrorists were killed on Sunday during a raid carried out by security forces in Pakistan’s restive Balochistan province A senior security official said the raids were part of the Raad-ul-Fasaad operation being carried out in the country against foreign and local terrorists and networks In Karachi three terrorists were arrested in another operation The official said the terrorists had retaliated in the Kohlu and Dera Bugti areas and were killed in the firing while one soldier was wounded File image of a Pakistan Army soldier manning a post Reuters "Their network has been destroyed and arms ammunition and communication equipment seized" he said The Balochistan province for years has been the target of separatists and militants who have carried out sectarian attacks and also targeted the police and security forces and installations in parts of the province The security forces also dismantled a terrorist network in Zhob of Balochistan to thwart a plan to target independence day celebrations In Karachi three activists of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan were arrested and confessed to being involved in the killings of policemen in the city “Even a common person in this modern era knows about the working of officials in his district, 2016 2:45 pm Manoj Kumar lost in the pre-quarters at Rio Olympics to eventual gold-medallist in the men’s lightwelter weight 64-kg boxing 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