Khehla Sitole says he will not bow to political pressure
Newly appointed National Police Commissioner Khehla Sitole has been responding to questions during his first briefing in Pretoria, just a day after President Jacob Zuma announced his appointment.
'Brian Molefe's payout was unlawful'
Solidarity’s Dirk Herman says Molefe was never eligible for pension because he was appointed on a fixed-term contract.
Mbalula: Sitole appointment will bring stability to SAPS
President Jacob Zuma on Wednesday appointed General Khehla Sitole as the country’s top cop.
General Khehla Sitole appointed new national police commissioner
In a short statement, Jacob Zuma says Sithole 'brings a wealth of operational as well as management experience' to the ministry.
Uber downplays possible impact of massive data breach
Uber has confirmed that rider information such as names, email addresses and cellphone numbers of 57 million users were hacked.
Zuma’s lawyer: Only executive can appoint and suspend NDPPs
Corruption Watch and Freedom Under Law have asked the High Court in Pretoria to review and set aside Nxasana’s R17-million golden handshake and order that he pay back the money.
'Nxasana was not kicked out, he asked to resign'
The court heard that it is a legal requirement for the National Director of Public Prosecutions to ask to be released from his position and that the advocate never made such a request.
High Court says Mxolisi Nxasana was party to a bribe
The court heard on Monday how the president’s settlement offer was comparable to asking the former NPA head what his price was.
Corruption Watch: No provision in law for NDPP to get payout
The organisation and Freedom Under Law (FUL) have asked the High Court in Pretoria to set aside Mxolisi Nxasana’s 2015 deal.
FUL: Zuma, NPA undermining efforts to reinstate charges against him
Freedom Under Law advocate Wim Trengove says that the spytapes matter demonstrated President Zuma’s interest in the National Prosecuting Authority.
‘Zuma can’t appoint NPA head with serious charges hanging over his head’
Freedom Under Law referred to the recent Spy Tapes judgment, saying it demonstrates Jacob Zuma’s interest in appointing the NPA boss.
Lawyer: Mxolisi Nxasana's submissions central to settlement matter
Corruption Watch and Freedom Under Law have approached the court in Pretoria to review and set aside Mxolisi Nxasana’s R17 million settlement package.
Lobby groups launch bid to set aside Mxolisi Nxasana's R17m payout
Corruption Watch and the Freedom Under Law argue that Nxasana never asked to vacate his office as required in the National Prosecuting Authority Act.
SACP welcomes Masutha’s decision to reject Walus’s parole
Minister Michael Masutha says a psychological report revealed Walus has not been rehabilitated.
Masutha rejects claims that Walus parole decision political
Justice Minister Michael Masutha announced in Pretoria on Friday that he had declined the Polish national’s parole application - the second time in two years.
Masutha recommends Janusz Walus attend therapeutic programmes
Justice Minister Michael Masutha Masutha says Walus has not shown full remorse because he justifies killing Chris Hani on the basis that he was a communist.
Masutha: Walus continued to justify his killing of Hani
Janusz Walus, imprisoned for the murder of South African Communist Party leader Chris Hani, was denied parole on Friday.
Chris Hani killer Janusz Walus denied parole
The Polish national and former Conservative Party MP Clive Derby-Lewis conspired to assassinate Chris Hani in April 1993.