JB Magwaza expected to replace Dudu Myeni in major SAA shake-up
Details of the reshuffle emerged on Wednesday night, however, the national carrier wouldn’t confirm or deny the claims.
Huge SA data breach raises identity theft concerns
Australian security developer Troy Hunt says the 23 gigabytes of data contains significant details, including the ID numbers of 33 million South Africans.
Check if you were hit by massive SA data leak
Concerned you may be among the 33 million South Africans whose private records were leaked onto the internet? Now you can check.
Ipid probes alleged police revenge attack on Nigerian nationals
Several videos went viral last week showing a group of Nigerian nationals cornering and assaulting several overwhelmed police officers in Vanderbijlpark.
Massive data leak of personal info detected in SA
The personal records of as many as 33 million South Africans have been leaked onto the internet.
Duduzane Zuma’s attorney ready to fight prosecution bid
AfriForum's Gerrie Nel announced that he intends pursuing a case of culpable homicide against Zuma for the 2014 death of a taxi commuter.
Nel: NPA U-turn on Duduzane Zuma will be victory for justice
Advocate Gerrie Nel says that although the NPA has told Duduzane Zuma that it has no intention of prosecuting him, they may still change their mind.
Nel: Family of Zuma crash victim wants to see justice
Phumzile Dube died when the sports car Duduzane Zuma was driving slammed into the back of the taxi she was travelling in.
'GuptaLeaks prompted me to prosecute Duduzane Zuma'
Advocate Gerrie Nel announced that this case will be the first his newly formed private prosecutions unit would take on.
[BREAKING] AfriForum to privately prosecute Duduzane Zuma for culpable homicide
Phumzile Dube died in February 2014 when Duduzane Zuma’s Porsche collided with the taxi in which she was travelling.
AfriForum to announce first private prosecution today
Eight months after the private prosecution unit was established, Gerrie Nel will announce the first case he’ll sink his teeth into.
Tshwane to find new smart power meter plan after court ruling
The High Court in Pretoria on Friday declared a contract between the city and a service provider void on the grounds that it’s constitutionally invalid.
NPA boss faces integrity test over Zuma corruption charges
The Supreme Court of Appeal reaffirmed on Friday the High Court’s finding that the decision to discontinue the case against Zuma in 2009 was irrational.
Zuma lawyers approach NDPP on new submissions
The NDPP says President Jacob Zuma has asked to first study today’s ruling on the so-called Spy Tapes before giving submissions.
Judge: NPA reasons for not prosecuting Zuma ‘wanting’
The Supreme Court of Appeal has reaffirmed the High Court finding that former prosecutions boss Mokotedi Mpshe’s 2009 decision was irrational.
Zuma to make new submission to Abrahams on Spy Tapes case
The Supreme Court dismissed the appeal by President Zuma and the NPA of the High Court ruling which set aside the 2009 decision to discontinue the prosecution.
Rand at 2-week high after SCA ruling on Zuma Spy Tapes appeal
ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe says they will ask the party's veterans for advice on the next step.
Court: Dropping Zuma charges doesn’t advance course of justice
The court reaffirmed the High Court’s ruling that the 2009 decision to withdraw the case was irrational and stands to be set aside.