AfriForum: Presidency files notice to appeal SADC tribunal ruling
The law society and six Zimbabwean farmers, represented by AfriForum, successfully reviewed Jacob Zuma’s 2012 decision to close the regional Human Rights Court.
SAP insists it was unaware of Gupta links
The SABC reported this week that it had obtained SAP internal correspondence which revealed that executives were warned that the involvement of the Guptas could not be ruled out.
SAP execs aware of questionable contracts with Guptas – report
The SABC has obtained SAP internal correspondence and documents which reveals company bosses were warned of possible Gupta involvement in South African deals prior to the deals being signed off.
Sars to focus on tax collection in wake of Moyane suspension
Sars spokesperson Sandile Memela says with just 11 days until the end of the financial year, their focus is on revenue collection.
Sars notes Moyane’s suspension, wants to get back to business
President Cyril Ramaphosa suspended Tom Moyane on Monday and has referred the matter to a disciplinary hearing.
Lackay say suspended Sars boss weakened revenue services in tax collection
Former Sars spokesperson Adrian Lackay welcomed President Cyril Ramaphosa's decision to suspend Tom Moyane.
Moyane 'shocked by Ramaphosa’s approach'
The president relieved Tom Moyane of his duties on Monday and has appointed Mark Kingon to act in his position, pending the outcome of a disciplinary inquiry.
'Disciplinary action against Moyane should be fair, swift & decisive'
Parliament’s Standing Committee on Finance has welcomed the decision by President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Monday night to suspend Tom Moyane with immediate effect.
Ramaphosa could face legal action after Moyane suspension
Cyril Ramaphosa announced last night that Tom Moyane has been suspended with immediate effect and replaced with Mark Kingon in an acting capacity.
State withdraws child assault case against McBride
Ipid head Robert McBride was charged in August last year with contravening provisions of the Children’s Act.
Moyane’s tenure as head of Sars hangs in balance
It emerged in the last week that Tom Moyane allegedly approved a R70-million tax refund to the Guptas.
Report: Moyane refuses to resign after Ramaphosa’s request
A media report suggests that Ramaphosa asked the embattled taxman to resign on Sunday.
Indian authorities want Guptas to answer questions on fraud, money laundering
The Times of India is reporting that the Gupta brothers have been given until next Monday to avail themselves or steps will be taken to secure their attendance.
High Court rules in favour of grounding Gupta jet
While the exact location of the Bombardier jet is not known, the Guptas have been ordered to place it at Lanseria Airport for safekeeping.
Court to hand down judgment in Gupta plane grounding case
The Export Development Canada further claimed it is concerned the Guptas may use the aircraft to escape justice or for some other unlawful means.
It may be months before Zuma sees his day in court
It is up to KZN DPP Moipone Noko to decide when and where Zuma should appear in court and set in motion the process to secure the summons.
Process to prosecute Zuma now moves to KZN
Advocate Abrahams says he considered Zuma’s representations after the Supreme Court set aside the 2009 decision to withdraw charges against him.
Abrahams and NPA to oppose attempt preventing Zuma from standing trial
Abrahams says the matter of Zuma will now be referred to the KwaZulu-Natal Director of Public Prosecutions to set in motions steps to secure the accused in court.