Denel to pay December salaries, 13th cheque amid cash flow problems
'Eyewitness News' reported earlier this week that the state-owned company’s cash flow problems threatened the payment of Christmas paycheques.
Denel CEO hopeful Treasury meeting will lead to salary payments
Eyewitness News reported earlier this week that the state-owned company’s cash flow problems have threatened the payment of Christmas pay cheques.
Cape Law Society: Attacks on judiciary undermine standing of courts
The society has called on leaders of public organisations to desist from bringing the judiciary and the judicial system into disrepute.
Helen Suzman Foundation, Sygnia CEO file papers to review Eskom contracts
The Helen Suzman Foundation says its approached the courts because of the absence of any action by the relevant organs of state and law enforcement agencies.
'All security measures in place to secure ANC conference'
Thousands of delegates from across the country are converging on Johannesburg to elect the governing party’s new leaders.
Zuma to appeal court ruling on NDPP appointment
Last week, a High Court also ordered that National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) head Shaun Abrahams leave office and be replaced within 60 days.
Still no word from Presidency following judgments against Zuma
Over the course of several hours and spread over two judgments, the court made it clear what it thought of President Zuma’s conduct.
Court: Zuma was reckless and acted unreasonably
The full bench in Pretoria on Wednesday ordered Zuma to personally pay the costs of his failed bid to stop the release of the Public Protector’s state capture report.
Judge backs call for chief justice to appoint state capture inquiry judge
The full bench in Pretoria rejected all of President Jacob Zuma’s grounds for reviewing the State of Capture remedial action.
‘Zuma had no justifiable basis to object to Public Protector’s remedial action'
Judge President Dunstan Mlambo says the Public Protector’s report uncovered worrying levels of corruption and the president had no justifiable basis to ignore the impact of state capture.
High Court 'wholly rejects' Zuma's state capture review bid
Judge President Dunstan Mlambo says none of the grounds of review have any merit and the president is not entitled to the review he seeks.
'Public Protector has powers to instruct Zuma to exercise executive authority'
Jacob Zuma objects to the instruction that the commission be led by a judge selected by the chief justice, arguing that only he has the power to make such decisions.
Zuma must pay costs for bid to halt state capture report
Judge President Dunstan Mlambo says Jacob Zuma acted in flagrant disregard for the duties of the Public Protector.
Will Zuma succeed in challenge against state capture remedial action?
Last month President Jacob Zuma’s legal team abandoned his request that the matter be referred to the public protector for further investigation.
BLA ‘deeply concerned’ by politicians' attacks on judiciary
The Black Lawyers Association has condemned accusations of judicial overreach, saying they’re unsubstantiated.
Zulu: Better support needed for local development offices
Small Business Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu was speaking at a briefing in Pretoria where she discussed her department's performance over the last year.
DA: Zuma continues to receive special treatment from Abrahams
On Monday, the NPA boss announced the president has until the end of January to submit his representations to explain why he should not be prosecuted for corruption and fraud.
Denel cash problems may hit December salaries, warns union
The state-owned company has experienced severe liquidity challenges resulting in the staff members' 13th cheque not being paid.