I was never a spy - Ramatlhodi challenges Zuma to lie detector test
In a shocking claim, former president Jacob Zuma told the state capture commission that Ngoako Ramatlhodi was an apartheid spy that was recruited in Lesotho.
Zuma accuses Ngoako Ramatlhodi of being a spy
Jacob Zuma told the commission that was why Ngoako Ramatlhodi found it comfortable to come to the commission and accuse him of auctioning the country.
Zuma’s lawyer accuses state capture commission of being condescending, unfair
The former president has taken the stand at the inquiry on Monday morning after several witnesses accused him of being central to state capture.
Thousands expected to support Zuma at state capture inquiry
Organisers are expecting at least 5,000 supporters from across the country to descend on Parktown today in support of former President Jacob Zuma.
Jacob Zuma to have say on corruption claims at Zondo Inquiry
The man many have accused of enabling massive corruption and the plundering of state resources will finally take the stand at the inquiry after weeks of anticipation.
ANC calls on Parly to act against EFF for intimidating Gordhan
The red berets were ejected from the National Assembly on Thursday after trying to prevent Gordhan from delivering his budget.
ANC defends Gordhan after EFF confrontation in Parliament
On Thursday, EFF MPs tried to prevent Minister Pravin Gordhan from delivering his budget, calling him a constitutional delinquent.
'We'll see what happens' - Zuma on state capture inquiry appearance
There was much anticipation ahead of former President Jacob Zuma's appearance at the state capture commission next week.
ANC confirms Motlanthe declines to lead Zuma, Magashule probe
The African National Congress (ANC) has confirmed that former President Kgalema Motlanthe has declined to lead an investigation into allegations surrounding the involvement of senior leaders in the formation of smaller parties.
South Africans say govt not doing enough to tackle corruption - survey
The Global Corruption Barometer Africa reveals that 64% of South Africans surveyed, think corruption levels increased during the past 12 months.
Zweli Mkhize denies soliciting funds from PIC for ANC
The minister, in a statement on Thursday, said as the ANC treasurer-general he never asked for funding from any state-owned entity including the PIC.
SAPS considered most corrupt institution in SA - survey
Of the 47,000 citizens surveyed in 35 African countries, more than half believed corruption was getting worse in their country.
Ekurhuleni Mayor Masina defends remarks over Gordhan's appointment
The ANC called Ekurhuleni Mayor Mzwandile Masina out for publicly questioning the president’s Cabinet decisions, saying whatever concerns he has, he must raise them within the ANC.
Tourism safety strategy for SA at ‘advanced stage’
Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane said as they anticipated an increase in foreign tourist arrivals, government remained aware of concerns around safety and security.
Bruce Koloane to keep ambassador job after state capture revelations
Bruce Koloane has admitted that his abuse of power to benefit the Gupta family culminated in the country’s national security being breached.
Tensions rise between KZN ANCYL, ANCWL over eThekwini Mayor Zandile Gumede
The ANCYL don’t want corruption accused Zandile Gumede to resume her duties as eThekwini mayor but the women’s organisation said it would fight for her to be at work, with some members threatening to bring Durban to a standstill if that’s not the case.
Ndabeni-Abrahams given deadline to finalise SABC turnaround strategy
It emerged earlier this week that Finance Minister Tito Mboweni turned down the corporation’s application for the much-needed R3.2 billion government guarantee.
ANC to decide fate of corruption accused eThekwini Mayor Zandile Gumede
The party forced Gumede to take 30 days leave after she was charged with fraud and corruption related to the awarding of a tender worth over R200 million.