Zuma decides on JSC representatives
Eyewitness News has learnt that President Zuma has now decided who he wants to represent him on the Judicial Service Commission.
ConCourt to hear arguments in brick factory eviction case
The former workers say they have nowhere else to go but the factory says it's providing free accommodation.
Competition Tribunal hears of R69.5 million Citibank agreement
Citibank has agreed to playing a role in a cartel that saw the value of the currency being manipulated.
Competition Commission explains Citibank ‘collusion’ settlement
The commission says it has agreed to Citibank paying a fine of R69.5m because it needs their testimony in the currency manipulation case.
Sars awaits terms of probe into tax refund processes
Tax Ombudsman Judge Bernard Ngoepe is investigating following complaints about the late payment of tax refunds.
Phahlane to give details on probe into burglary at Chief Justice's office
Fifteen computers containing information about the country’s judges were taken early on Saturday morning but other computers were left behind.
Sars fears nothing despite pending probe
The taxman confirmed it had been informed by the finance ministry that the tax ombudsman will be investigating them.
Sars stands by tax refund processes
The institution's critics have claimed it could be holding back tax refunds to boost its tax collection figures.
Sars confident about strength of its systems
Sars says the investigation by Tax Ombudsman Judge Bernard Ngoepe will provide the public with the necessary confidence in its systems.
Sars confident probe into tax system will restore public confidence
On Monday, Sars confirmed Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas had given permission for Ngoepe to investigate its systems.
SACP not scared to split alliance
The party is currently considering breaking away from the ANC to contest 2019 elections on its own.
Office of Chief Justice working on securing judiciary offices
Thieves broke into the secure office park in Midrand and stole 15 computers containing the personal information of the country’s judges.
[ANALYSIS] The Great Justice Robbery - Zuma must dispel doubt & suspicion
To rob the office of a Chief Justice is an act which looks designed to strike fear at the heart of the country’s final authority to interpret the Constitution.
Casac: Chief Justice office break-in no ordinary crime
With an investigation underway, authorities have declined to speculate on the motive for the theft.
ANC: Chief Justice's office burglary an attack on democracy
On Saturday morning, computers with information about judges were taken from the office in Midrand but other computers closer to the office's entrance were not touched.
DA's Steenhuisen stands by claim Mahlobo behind Chief Justice office break-in
Thieves stole 15 computers containing sensitive information, including the personal details of the country’s judges.
DTI says it won’t interfere in Black Business Council politics
The DA said DTI’s funding of the council meant the ministry was actually funding its attack on the National Treasury and Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.
DTI DG: Money given to Black Business Council not for political reasons
Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) director general Lionel October says they have a duty to help build business formations.