Competition Tribunal confirms Citibank's R69.5m settlement
The Tribunal has confirmed Citibank will now pay a fine of R69.5 million for its role in a cartel that manipulated the value of the rand.
Mantashe: Ask Zuma's lawyers why they made reshuffle apology claim
Jacob Zuma's lawyers said Cyril Ramaphosa and Gwede Mantashe's apologised for making comments about the Cabinet reshuffle.
Mantashe denies apologising for speaking against Zuma Cabinet reshuffle
President Jacob Zuma told the Constitutional Court in his documents that Cyril Ramaphosa and Gwede Mantashe had apologised.
[LISTEN] Lindiwe Sisulu for ANC president?
Stephen Grootes spoke to political analyst Lukhona Mnguni about the candidates who could contest the leadership of the African National Congress.
Government mum over amaBhungane’s Rica court challenge
The amaBhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism has taken the law that governs the interception of communications to court.
Black Empowerment Foundation unsure about GCIS statement release
On Thursday, GCIS released a statement on behalf of the foundation, saying it was going to a police station to lay charges against banks accused of collusion relating to the value of the rand.
amaBhungane, Sam Sole to challenge constitutionality of call tapping
They say Rica Act is unconstitutional because a person whose communication is monitored is not told of the interception order.
Allan Gray confirms illegal social grant deductions
Equal Education says it’s pleased that Allan Gray has found, through its own research, that CPS was making deductions from social grants illegally.
Mkhize: I don't foresee an ANC breakaway party after December conference
ANC treasurer Zweli Mkhize says doesn't believe the ANC is about to split into different pieces.
[ANALYSIS] What if Zuma refuses to go?
Stephen Grootes says South Africans are in a situation where it is hard to predict what will happen next in SA's future, or how people will behave under the stress they are currently feeling.
'Zuma lied under oath by claiming I asked to leave NPA'
Former NPA head Mxolisi Nxasana has filed papers in an application aimed at trying to recover the R17 million paid to him when he left the NPA.
SACP pleased with court decision on Berning Ntlemeza
The High Court in Pretoria said its earlier order that Ntlemeza is not fit and proper for the position should be implemented immediately, even though he is still to appeal that ruling.
SACP: Mapaila gun incident an attempt at repeating Hani assassination
Images of a man appearing to point a gun at Solly Mapaila at a ceremony commemorating Chris Hani emerged on Wednesday morning. The SACP says the man's motive is clear.
Court orders Berning Ntlemeza to step down immediately
The court has said that an earlier ruling that Ntlemeza is not fit and proper for the position must be implemented now.
ANC stalwarts distance themselves from 'military' group outside Luthuli House
On Friday a group of people claiming to belong to the MKMVA surrounded the ANC’s headquarters during the DA's anti-Zuma march.
[ANALYSIS] The ANC MP’s dilemma
Stephen Grootes says when trying to predict the behaviour of politicians, it is often safest to prioritise their own interests.
Makhosi Khoza: No way out for ANC in Zuma confidence vote
ANC MP Makhosi Khoza has also confirmed writing a Facebook post in which she says the politics of patronage has finally claimed the sanity of the ANC’s leadership.
Makhosi Khoza confirms writing post on ‘leadership injudiciousness’ in ANC
In her Facebook post, Khoza says it is impossible to fight event evil if your own soul is littered with same.