Court dismisses Vlok Symington's bid to stop disciplinary process
He approached the court last week, claiming he was being disciplined for blowing the lid on a plot to discredit Pravin Gordhan.
Court questions law officials' failure to act on Gupta claims
The Bank of Baroda now has the go-ahead to cut ties with the Gupta family's business interests at the end of this month.
Court ruling on Gupta firms' Baroda accounts to see 7,000 jobs lost?
The ruling on Thursday means the India-based bank can go ahead and close the companies’ accounts at the end of this month.
Outa goes after rehabilitation funds at Gupta-owned mines
The Outa says it's approaching the court to stop the rehabilitation trust fund accounts of Gupta-owned mines, worth nearly R2 billion.
Oakbay fails in bid to stop Bank of Baroda from closing accounts
The Gupta-owned companies applied to stop the Bank of Baroda from closing their accounts.
Zimbabwe High Commission won't help AfriForum serve summons on Grace Mugabe
The lobby group has approached the court to review the government’s decision to grant Mugabe diplomatic immunity after she was accused of assault.
Grace Mugabe immunity case: AfriForum opposes Zim High Commission’s involvement
AfriForum says the Zimbabwe High Commission does not have the legal authority to join the matter at this stage.
Mbalula calls for unity within police after Ntlemeza ruling
Fikile Minister Mbalula says he hopes finality in the Berning Ntlemeza matter brings an end to factionalism within the police.
Ntlemeza ordered to personally pay for costs of his petition to court
The police ministry has announced it will now initiate the processes to formally place the major general on retirement.
Jonas: Govt appointments must be based on merit
Former deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas says that this would ensure that the senior officials responsible for operational plans have the authority to recruit suitable professionals to execute those plans.
Date set for state's appeal of Pistorius' sentence
The National Prosecuting Authority will argue that Pistorius should have been handed the minimum term of 15 years behind bars.
Jonas warns against being distracted from issue of state capture
Former Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas says only through proper state administration can South Africa’s democratic benefits be realised.
Regulatory board pushes ahead with independent KPMG probe
This follows Gupta leaks revelations that the company turned a blind eye to questionable practices.
Court: Zuma had chance to make representations to NPA
In a dramatic about turn, both Zuma and the NPA conceded in Bloemfontein on Thursday that the 2009 decision to withdraw criminal charges was indeed irrational and stands to be set aside.
DA wants Zuma to pay legal fees in Spy Tapes saga
The party has expressed outrage that President Jacob Zuma dragged the case for eight years only to concede at the final hurdle.
DA furious over Zuma U-turn in Spy Tapes saga
The Democratic Alliance is furious that President Jacob Zuma has dragged the Spy Tapes saga along for eight years, only to concede at the final hurdle.
Shaun Abrahams to decide on Spy Tapes appeal?
Legal teams for both the NPA and President Jacob Zuma conceded that then Mokotedi Mpshe’s decision was irrational, and should be set aside.
Spy Tapes appeal: Zuma wants to make fresh representations to NPA boss
President Zuma and the NPA have now conceded that the 2009 decision to withdraw charges against him was irrational and should be set aside.