Zondo urges media to stop publishing leaked inquiry documents
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo reminded the media that leaking statements submitted to the state capture inquiry before witnesses have testified is a criminal offence.
CWU, SACP and Bemawu to picket outside SABC's offices over job cuts
The unions who represent SABC staff are expected to wear black and hold a lunchtime picket to save their jobs.
Zondo: Leaking statements submitted to inquiry a crime
Justice Raymond Zondo has warned that leaking statements submitted to the state capture inquiry before witnesses have testified is a criminal offence.
Dept: Gordhan’s statement to state capture inquiry inexplicably leaked
In a statement leaked on Wednesday night, Gordhan revealed he had been subpoenaed by the Public Protector to explain his role in the early retirement package offered to former Sars official Ivan Pillay.
Dirco confirms 2 journos detained in Tanzania back at their hotels
It is understood that officials who identified themselves as working with the Tanzanian immigration authority detained and interrogated the pair on Wednesday night.
Gordhan expected to meet with Mkhwebane over Ivan Pillay retirement package
Gordhan confirmed on Wednesday that Busisiwe Mkhwebane has subpoenaed him to appear before her next week as part of an investigation into the 2010 package offered to Ivan Pillay.
Prosecutor among 300 arrested over the weekend
A prosecutor, who was dealing with a murder case in Bronkhorstspruit, was arrested for corruption and extortion.
Gigaba reveals sex tape used in blackmail attempts against him
In a series of tweets on Sunday morning, Gigaba says he and his wife are saddened that the video containing material of a sexual nature, meant only for them, was stolen when his phone was hacked in 2016 or 2017.
Mpumalanga road crash death toll now at 15
The accident happened on the N4 toll road between Mbombela and Malelane when a 22-seater taxi and Sedan collided with two trucks.
Eskom seeks another tariff increase
The power utility has asked the National Energy Regulator of South Africa to approve a 15% hike effective from 2019.
Home Affairs in hot water over unpaid R794m IT company invoice
'The Star' newspaper is reporting that Double Ring Trading was owed R67m by the department back in 2009, but the amount has now increased to R794 million, which liquidators are trying to retrieve.
Mboweni says he never set out to be Finance Minister, but has accepted role
Newly appointed Finance Minister Tito Mboweni addressed the Association of Black Securities and Investment Professionals Conference in Sandton, joking that he was bullied into accepting the position.
Taxi driver caught on wrong side of road to remain behind bars
The man appeared briefly in court on Friday morning after being apprehended on Wednesday, two days after he was caught driving on the wrong side of the road.
Terry Motau may face legal backlash over VBS fraud report
Advocate Terry Motau compiled the report titled 'The Great Bank Heist' which details how R1.8 billion was brazenly stolen from the mutual bank.
Report into VBS Bank speaks for itself - Lesetja Kganyago
The report, which was released on Wednesday, has recommended that the implicated parties be referred to the NPA to be criminally charged.
Off-duty officer foils attempted hijacking in Fairlands
The two men tried to steal a car that had stopped at the pharmacy on the corners of Beyers Naude Drive and Acacia Road.
EFF to respond to VBS Bank fraud claims next week
The 'Daily Maverick' is reporting that Floyd Shivambu's brother, Brian, was one of the individuals who received millions of rand through his company which was then given to Shivambu and his party.
Questions raised over extent of EFF involvement in VBS Bank fraud
EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu has been identified as one the people implicated in what's been called 'the great bank heist'.