Zuma expected to respond to Hogan's claims against him
Barbara Hogan told the inquiry that Zuma flouted procedure and interfered in the appointment of former Transnet CEO Siyabonga Gama.
I didn't speak to the Guptas about Cabinet appointments - Zuma
Last year, Vytjie Mentor testified that Ajay Gupta offered her the public enterprises minister position if she agreed to cancel the lucrative SAA-India route.
Zuma’s lawyers object to line of questioning at Zondo inquiry
Jacob Zuma’s lawyers said he was being treated unfairly and ambushed into a cross-examination about issues he was not prepared to deal with.
'Tell Zuma we are going to kill him': commission hears Zuma was threatened
Former President Jacob Zuma told the Zondo commission on day one of his testimony that his life has been under threat for three decades.
Nyanda: Zuma a bitter, twisted old man
Former Communications Minister General Siphiwe Nyanda said he was shocked by former President Jacob Zuma’s allegations against him.
Another spy in ANC? Zuma says Siphiwe Nyanda linked to apartheid intelligence
Earlier, Jacob Zuma implied at the Zondo commission that former minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi was also recruited as a spy while studying in Lesotho.
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.
Van Rooyen: State capture doesn't start and end with Zuma
Former President Jacob Zuma has arrived at the state capture commission of inquiry in Parktown where's set to appear before deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo.
Zuma to continue denying state capture at Zondo Commission?
Although former President Jacob Zuma will finally appear before the state capture commission on Monday morning, his journey has not been without its bumps.
MKMVA condemns MK National Council for holding meeting it objected
The MKMVA has been at odds with the national council for years over the legitimacy of its structure and divisions appear to be deepening.
Numsa slams ArcelorMittal for not consulting workers about retrenchments
This week ArcelorMittal announced that it will start section 189 consultations with staff which may affect 2,000 people, but Numsa said even more people will be affected.
'In the EFF, we do not subscribe to anarchy,' Malema tells Student Command in FS
EFF leader Julius Malema urged the students to build the six-year-old party, saying that the EFF was still in its formation phase which requires activists and thinkers.
Mchunu: Gov committed to trimming public service to improve efficiency
Government wants to cut at least 30,000 jobs in an effort to save costs on wages.
EFF has embraced far-right wing, says ANC Vets League over Parliament scuffle
EFF MPs were kicked out of the house after disrupting Pravin Gordhan’s presentation, accusing him of being a "constitutional delinquent".
JHB city council offices broken into, police investigating
The Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD) confirmed the incident on Saturday, saying a suspect broke into the office of the chief whip’s office around midnight on Friday.
NPA won’t appeal Duduzane Zuma’s culpable homicide ruling
The court ruled in favour of former President Jacob Zuma's son, acquitting him of charges from a 2014 car crash that killed Zimbabwean national Phindile Dube.
Jacob Zuma relieved son acquitted in culpable homicide case
Former President Jacob Zuma has consistently been at his son Duduzane's side throughout the court case which has been going on for nearly five years after a car crash he was involved in killed Phumzile Dube.
Duduzane Zuma not guilty on culpable homicide, negligent driving charges
The son of former President Jacob Zuma was involved in a crash with a taxi on Johannesburg’s M1 in 2014, killing passenger Phumzile Dube.