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December 2010 -Zuma announces a new AIDS policy and a national programme to OSRS gold distribute antiretroviral drugs. The move is hailed as a major breakthrough against the disease after much-criticised "denialism" by his predecessor president Thabo Mbeki.- August 2012 -Police shoot dead 34 striking miners in the worst violence involving the security forces since the end of apartheid, shocking South Africa and shaking confidence in the nation's post-racial settlement.
July 2013 -Former ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema forms the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) party in the first major split from the all-powerful ruling party. The EFF develops into an effective leftist opposition party.- December 2013 -Zuma is booed in front of a global television audience and world dignitaries, including.
Barack Obama, at the memorial service for Nelson Mandela in Soweto football stadium, highlighting public anger at the performance of the South African president and the ANC party.- March 2014 -South Africa's top anti-corruption agency issues a damning report into public funds used to upgrade Zuma's private rural homestead, saying he "benefited unduly" from work that cost 216 million rand (then $24 million).
The case becomes an emblem of greed and corruption.- May 2014 -The buy RuneScape gold ANC wins general elections, carrying Zuma into a second term in office. The party comes far ahead in the national vote, but still records its lowest share since non-racial elections began.- December 2015 -Growing concern over.