Lawyers for Thint say not informed if NPA will reinstate charges against it
During his announcement on Friday, NPA head Shaun Abrahams did not announce a decision relating to Thint but did refer to former President Jacob Zuma's co-accused.
Acting judge denies raping family friend's daughter
The senior advocate was arrested last week and appeared in court where he was charged with rape, sexual assault and grooming.
Hawks wanted to arrest key Gupta lieutenant in Bedfordview raid
The operation didn't last long and just after 9 am, Hawks vehicles could be seen driving down Van Buuren Road towards the highway.
2 suspects set to surrender to Hawks following Gupta raids
The Hawks say they’re carrying out various raids at a number of properties, including the Gupta family compound in Saxonwold in relation to the Vrede Farm investigations.
Hawks raid Gupta lieutenant's Bedfordview properties
Residents of Bedfordview say that the Hawks were at a peach-coloured house on the corner of Kings and Van Buuren roads this morning but they also targeted the neighbouring property.
Transformation RSA to challenge Zuma recall in ConCourt
Law experts say even if President Zuma refuses to resign, he has very little legal options to challenge the matter.
Institute for Accountability raises red flags about state capture commission
It says putting the 'captured' Michael Masutha in charge of the purse strings of the state capture commission is tantamount to putting the fox in charge of the henhouse.
Mark Lifman to appear in court following arrest
He was arrested at Cape Town International Airport but his lawyer William Booth says the arrest was illegal as there was no warrant issued.
Controversial CT businessman Mark Lifman arrested
He was arrested at Cape Town Airport yesterday afternoon as he arrived back from an overseas trip.
Crime Intelligence officer found dead in car a former Robben Island prisoner
Thekiso Mogoerane, who was known as 'Tex' to his colleagues, was a former Umkhonto we Sizwe soldier trained in Angola and served time on Robben Island in the late 1980s.
Richard Mdluli exit welcomed, but many questions linger
The decision to relieve Richard Mdluli of his duties is being welcomed, but the head of Crime Intelligence will be pensioned off after having already earned over R8 million while on suspension.
[EXCLUSIVE] Crime Intelligence major general found dead in car
Patrolling police vehicles found his body in an abandoned Hyundai Accent in Norkem Park at 2:30 am on Wednesday morning.
SA-based drug lord arrested in Rome
Pablo Yester-Garrido lives in Sandton with his Italian girlfriend and their child he moves in the same circles as a number of prominent underworld figures.
ANC lawyers respond to letter of demand from ‘missing’ 68 voters
The ANC has invited the so-called missing 68 voters to a meeting at Luthuli House later this week.
Phosa warns Mabuza should establish credibility, earn trust
The former ANC treasurer general says Mabuza is engulfed in scandals from corruption to political assassinations and, as a result, he is not to be trusted.
ANC served letters of demand over missing votes
The ANC has been locked in a dispute over the issue for the past 24 hours, with concerns that the 68 votes could have an impact on the position of secretary general.
ANC holds closed plenary over 68 ‘missing’ votes
Lawyers representing the so-called 'missing 68 voters at the conference' say legal papers have been drafted, but they are waiting for plenary to decide on the dispute before going to court.
[LISTEN] Mathews Phosa: The ANC is on its knees
ANC veteran and former treasurer-general Mathews Phosa says he doesn't believe the ANC will win the 2019 elections, adding that the new party president has inherited some 'tough personalities'.