Lawyers for Timol family: Police tried to cover their tracks
Trauma expert Professor Ken Boffard says that in 1971, the police were reluctant to move critically injured patients for fear of being held liable for further injuries.
Essop Pahad: Ahmed Timol would have never committed suicide
Pahad has given evidence in the High Court in Pretoria during the second leg of the inquest into the 1971 death of Ahmed Timol.
Ahmed Timol inquest: Surgeon surprised by police action after Timol fall
Timol died on 27 October 1971, just four days after being detained by apartheid security police.
#Guptaleaks: European software giant caught in Gupta kickback deal
AmaBunghane, Scorpio and News24 have on Tuesday revealed how Software AG entered into a deal with a Gupta-controlled company to clinch a R180 million Transnet freight rail contract.
Gupta-owned newspaper published opinion pieces by Bell Pottinger
Last week 'The New Age' executive Gary Naidoo broke the company’s silence and distanced the Guptas and their associates from Bell Pottinger.
Minister Zwane accused of high treason over dealings with the Guptas
Outa wants Minister Mosebenzi Zwane prosecuted on several charges including fraud and corruption
#GuptaLeaks expose BLF leader's role in campaign against Gupta critic
Mngxitama has denied earlier reports that he and his BLF organisation are being funded by the Guptas but has stated publicly recently that he will now seek their financial support.
Zuma gets Supreme Court #SpyTapes date
The High Court in Pretoria ruled in April last year that the 2009 decision to withdraw criminal charges against President Jacob Zuma was irrational and set it aside.
Tshwane joins NGOs in fight against substance & drug abuse
The Tshwane Municipality has allocated R40 million in this financial year to support organisations which rehabilitate and reintegrate addicts.
Report: Matjila, Gupta associate swindled millions in Cosatu property deal
The details are revealed in an amaBhungane investigation published on Friday, which tracks the 2011 sale of Cosatu’s former headquarters and subsequent purchase of a new building.
Maimane: Gigaba unfit to be Finance Minister
Maimane says that Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba is compromised and since his appointment, the economy has gone downhill, which is why he should immediately resign.
Maimane: ANC using Treasury to benefit Guptas
Maimane says the ANC-led government is abusing resources intended to benefit all South Africans. He says Gigaba is part of the problem.
Santaco strike remains suspended amid talks with authorities
Last month, drivers affiliated to Santaco shut down highways and other major routes in Gauteng over grievances with SA Taxi Finance.
Mbalula: Metered taxi operators' concerns must be addressed
Violent clashes between the warring groups have escalated in the last month, with confrontations near the airport and Gautrain stations.
Mbalula: We’re intervening heavily in Uber, metered taxi drivers feud
Violent clashes between the warring groups have escalated recently, with confrontations near the airport and Gautrain stations.
Mbalula: We will protect Makhosi Khoza
Minister Fikile Mbalula says police have been in contact with Khoza and have conducted a threat assessment.
Be patient following theft of licensing equipment, Tshwane Municipality pleads
Within a month thieves targeted the Waltloo, Centurion & Akasia testing stations where they made off with numerous computers, cameras and other equipment.
Absa: Public Protector violated several provisions of PAJA
Absa has raised procedural unfairness as among the grounds to review the Public Protector's report on an apartheid era bail-out.