Preferential treatment enjoyed by Bosasa laid bare at Zondo Inquiry
Angelo Agrizzi has confirmed a catering tender with the Department of Correctional Services was extended without going out to tender and without Treasury's approval.
Agrizzi confirms SIU’s 2010 report on tender kickbacks at Correctional Services
Former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi has confirmed the Correctional Services Department was guilty of so-called fiscal dumping.
Agrizzi spills beans on Correctional Services Dept tenders awarded to Bosasa
Advocate Paul Pretorius is going through an SIU report which found that former prisons commissioner Linda Mti and chief financial officer Patrick Gillingham unduly benefited from the tenders.
FFPlus: 'Marais will keep other political parties on their toes'
Peter Marais, who will be running as the Freedom Front Plus' Western Cape premier candidate, says that he's not only counting on coloured people for support but all those who share the values of self-determination and advancing minority rights.
Ramaphosa signs Political Party Funding Bill into law
But the Electoral Commission has already indicated to Parliament that it will need at least six months to get the system functional.
Marais says returning to politics at request of minority groups
The party on Tuesday announced that 70-year-old Peter Marais, a former premier and Cape Town mayor, has officially joined the party.
Peter Marais re-enters political ring as WC premier candidate for FF Plus
The former Western Cape premier and Cape Town mayor has now joined the Freedom Front Plus and will be running as the party’s premier candidate in this year’s elections.
ANC MP Vincent Smith to meet with legal team following Agrizzi testimony
Former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi alleges Vincent Smith received regular payments from the company as bribe money.
Cope ready for comeback, says leader Lekota
Cope president Mosiuoa Lekota says the party's internal struggles are a thing of the past and its former supporters are returning to the party.
Lekota adamant Constitution should not be amended for land expropriation
Cope leader Mosiuoa Lekota says property rights are enshrined in the Constitution, and it cannot be denied to landowners.
Good doesn't support amending Constitution for land expropriation, says De Lille
Party leader Patricia de Lille outlined the party’s broad policy positions at the end of a policy conference in Cape Town on Sunday, which was attended by around 100 delegates.
De Lille mum on Good party's financial backers
Patricia de Lille says there’s no purpose in revealing Good’s financial sources, unless other political parties who receive far greater funding are doing the same.
De Lille unveils party’s interim national leadership committee
Over the weekend, the party has been debating its policy positions, in preparation for a manifesto launch in a few weeks.
By-elections: DA biggest winner in WC
The DA managed to wrest control of ward 5 in the Berg River Municipality from the ANC with 44.7% of the vote.
Wesgro ‘keeping close eye’ on Brexit developments & impacts
The United Kingdom is the second largest export market for the Western Cape.
Maimane: 'DA will only enter coalition for right reasons'
DA leader Mmusi Maimane says that while he believes coalitions will be the future of the South African political landscape, his party will be principled in how it approaches such partnerships after the May elections.
De Lille’s exit from DA has not divided the party - Maimane
Patricia de Lille resigned in October after a protracted and bitter battle with the party over alleged maladministration claims.
SA govt must intervene in Zimbabwe crisis - Maimane
The DA leader says South Africa cannot continue to remain silent on the tense situation.