Zuma, who was forced to resign by the ruling ANC party last year, has been charged with 16 counts of fraud, racketeering and money laundering relating to the weapons deal dating back to before he took office in 2009.
Schwarzenegger, 71, was chatting with fans at the Arnold Classic Africa, an event showcasing bodybuilding and other sports, in Johannesburg when he was kicked from behind.
Semenya's case has provoked a furious debate across sport worldwide about gender and "hyperandrogenic" athletes, those with "differences of sexual development".
On May 10, 1994, Nelson Mandela, became the first black president of South Africa after decades of systemic oppression against black South Africans.
The governing African National Congress is ahead as ballot count continues in an election that has seen a low turnout.
The vote is seen as the toughest test yet for the governing African National Congress (ANC) party, 25 years after it swept to power at the end of white minority rule.
South Africa's national elections are a test for the ruling ANC's popularity, 25 years after the start of democracy.
The African National Congress, the party of Nelson Mandela, which has been in power since 1994, is likely to win a majority but will face a difficult challenge to match the 62 percent of the vote that it won in the previous election five years ago.
Three opinion polls in recent weeks show the ANC's support ranging between 51 and 61 percent, compared with the 62 percent it won in 2014.
South Africans go to the polls on Wednesday in one of the most competitive national elections since the first multiracial vote in 1994.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has ruled that South Africa’s Olympic-winning athlete Caster Semenya will have to take pills to suppress the natural levels of testosterone in her body if she wants to continue competing as a female.
A quarter-century ago, South Africa's black population was finally able to vote. But long after the brutal apartheid system of racial segregation and discrimination, many say they still struggle to find a decent life.
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