Gauteng ANC: Motorists won't be blacklisted over e-toll debt
It emerged last week that ETC was summonsing motorists who had debts to pay and applying for default judgments against those who did not settle their debt.
Arrests made as cops discover multi-million rand drug plant in Pretoria
The police have recovered drugs, the chemicals used to produce the illicit substances, as well as firearms.
Composition, funding of NPA investigative directorate still unclear
The NPA's Bulelwa Makheke was unable to say how the new investigative directorate would be comprised, saying only that is was still being set up and such details would be revealed in due course.
Hawks to probe Suzanne Daniels' admission of unlawful conduct
Daniels admitted on the 'Eusebius McKaiser Show' on Wednesday that she unlawfully signed off on the R800,000 payment of former board chair Ben Ngubane’s legal fees.
Threats to blacklist motorists over e-toll debt is provocation - Gauteng ANC
Earlier this week, the Electronic Toll Collection warned defaulting toll users not to ignore summons to settle their accounts.
Credit bureau: You can't be blacklisted for not paying e-tolls
Earlier this week, the Electronic Toll Collection had warned defaulting toll users not to ignore summons to settle their accounts.
Corruption Watch praises Suzanne Daniels for coming clean
Eskom’s former head of legal and compliance Suzanne Daniels on Wednesday morning admitted to unlawfully authorising the payment of former Eskom chair Ben Ngubane’s legal fees which related to his tenure at the SABC.
President proclaims creation of NDPP investigating directorate
The Presidency says President Ramaphosa established the investigating directorate on the recommendations of prosecutions boss Shamiela Batohi and the ministers of police as well as justice and correctional services.
Suzanne Daniels: I regret silence over Eskom corruption, mismanagement
Suzanne Daniels was found guilty in 2018 of misconduct following revelations about Eskom’s transactions with Gupta-linked Trillian and McKinsey.
Suzanne Daniels: I could have done more to halt Eskom state capture
Speaking on the 'Eusebius McKaiser Show', Suzanne Daniels admitted she could have done more to halt the capture of the state-owned power utility.
Ignoring summonses will lead to blacklisting, e-toll users warned
The ETC’s Coenie Vermaak said that defaulting e-toll users are given ample opportunity to settle their accounts.
E-tolls collection company applies for 1,400 default judgments for blacklisting
The ETC said since about May last year it had been issuing between 2,000 and 4,000 summons to e-toll users who had ignored notices to cough up.
Hawks studying SSA report, to act against anyone implicated
President Cyril Ramaphosa released the report about a week ago which found state spies conducted operations at the behest of the executive.
Liquidators ordered to pay legal costs as court reverses Bosasa liquidation
The court found that the meeting at which the decision to liquidate was taken was not properly constituted as required in law.
Jiba, Mrwebi challenged ConCourt's jurisdiction
The two senior prosecutors have been criticised for their conduct in several high-profile cases, including that of former crime intelligence head Richard Mdluli.
Bosasa’s request to overturn liquidation granted
The directors of African Global Holdings, formerly know as Bosasa, argued that they were ill-advised and did not properly read the documentation before signing off on it.
Kingon's tenure as acting Sars commissioner extended for another 90 days
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has appointed Mark Kingon as acting South African Revenue Service (Sars) commissioner for another 90-day period or until a new commissioner is appointed.
Jiba, Mrwebi head to ConCourt in bid to stay on advocates' roll
The Constitutional Court must decide on the acceptable standards of conduct for determining whether advocates are fit and proper persons to hold office.