PODCAST: What homeless women have to do to feel safe on SA's streets
In the fourth episode of our Homeless and Hopeless podcast, Eyewitness News looks at what homeless women need to do to make sure they're safe on the streets.
Magashule: ANC NEC did not discuss Zuma’s apartheid spies claims
Jacob Zuma accused former ministers Ngoako Ramatlhodi and Siphiwe Nyanda of being apartheid spies while testifying at the state capture inquiry.
Malema: ‘Mpumalanga is governed by the rotten ANC’
“Mpumalanga produced a rotten deputy president called DD Mabuza. It is in this province where schools are collapsing. It is in this province where children are still falling in pit toilets," Malema said.
Money laundering, lies & deceit: Mkhwebane's key findings against Ramaphosa
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane released the findings of her report at a briefing in Pretoria on Friday.
Zuma to take no further part in state capture proceedings
Former President Jacob Zuma’s legal team on Friday said they no longer wanted to be a part of the state capture commission proceedings.
67 minutes of good - here's what some South Africans are up to
Mandela Day was officially declared by the United Nations in November 2009, four years before South Africa's first democratically elected president died at the age of 95.
Zuma accuses Zondo of being unfair as testimony halted on day 3
In the first half of the proceedings, former President Jacob Zuma complained of being expected to remember details of events that happened a long time ago.
Jacob Zuma's lawyers discuss his possible withdrawal from Zondo Inquiry
Zuma has been complaining that he was expected to remember details of what happened a long time ago.
Jacob Zuma's state capture testimony halted for now
Former President Jacob Zuma won't continue with his testimony at the state capture commission for now.
State capture lunch time wrap: A lot of 'I don’t recall' from Zuma
Here is a quick round-up of the first half of day three of the commission.
Zuma’s legal team accuses Zondo commission of being unfair
Jacob Zuma was appearing for the third time before the commission on Wednesday in Parktown.
Zuma: I don't remember insisting on Gama being appointed Transnet CEO
Former President Jacob Zuma said while he may not remember the details of the list of Transnet CEO candidates, he did recall Gama’s name making the cut.
Zuma explains role of ANC deployment committee
During her testimony at the Zondo commission last year, Hogan claimed that certain structures of the ANC saw themselves as having powers to make appointments in state-owned enterprises during Zuma’s tenure.
Zuma: I may or may not have asked GCIS to help Guptas with media launches
Last year, Maseko testified before the commission of how in 2010, on his way to a meeting with Ajay Gupta, Zuma called Maseko to help them.
Zuma: I’ve never done anything unlawful with the Guptas
Zuma has been named as a key figure in a number of scandals that have played out over some years as a result of his alleged close links to the family.
'Did I auction Table Mountain?' Zuma responds to claims of auctioning SA
Former President Jacob Zuma was speaking at the state capture commission of inquiry in Parktown on Monday.
Attempts to assassinate my character started in the 90s - Zuma
Testifying at the state capture commission on Monday, Jacob Zuma answered to some of the major controversial claims of corruption levied against him.
Zuma at state capture: I’ve been vilified, called corrupt for over a decade
Zuma began his testimony by saying he was aware that he was a subject of talk for more than a decade.