NHLS's alleged breach of privacy that of 'epic proportions'
A law firm says that the National Health Laboratory Service can face private and criminal charges for allegedly breaching the privacy of patients.
ISS: Ramaphosa wisely using independent bodies to clean up the rot
The Institute for Security Studies (ISS) believes the high-level panel investigation of the State Security Agency is another example of President Cyril Ramaphosa doing things by the book and using independent bodies to root out corruption.
Here's what went wrong at State Security Agency
‘What went wrong?’ In answering this question, it must be said that the findings of the panel do not impugn every member of the SSA and its management.
NHLS denies unlawful conduct over sharing of patient records
The NHLS has been accused of unlawfully sharing patient's medical records with NGOs thus opening itself up to criminal and civil claims for breach of confidentiality.
Minister promises action after report finds abuse of SSA resources
A panel appointed to review the State Security Agency has relased a report showing political malpurposing and factionalisation of the country's intelligence community for at least the past decade.
DA: Suspend those implicated in abuse of SSA resources
A high-level review panel found that state spies conducting operations at the behest of the executive to be a breach of the Constitution and the law and criminal prosecution should follow.
EXCLUSIVE: National Health Lab Services is sharing patient records
Eyewitness News understands that the details are contained in a legal opinion obtained by the National Health Laboratory Services' legal services manager in July last year, but the sharing of records with NGOs has not stopped.
Gauteng top cop orders urgent internal probe into Senzekile Siyolo’s murder
The family of murdered 22-year-old Senzekile Siyolo complained to Gauteng police management about the manner in which her case was being investigated.
State will monitor Ferdi Barnard's parole, says former TRC investigator
While apartheid-era hitman Ferdi Barnard has been granted parole, he will not live entirely free and will remain under the supervision of a community corrections officer for the rest of his life.
Slain David Webster’s partner 'didn’t object' to parole for his killer
Justice Minister Michael Masutha says he personally consulted Maggie Friedman before reaching his decision, which was announced on Thursday.
Apartheid-era death squad member Ferdi Barnard granted parole
Justice Minister Michael Masutha made the announcement on Thursday.
Nomgcobo Jiba’s work credentials under spotlight at Mokgoro Inquiry
NPA records reveal that when Nomgcobo Jiba was appointed as a deputy director in 2002, she was neither an advocate nor an attorney.
NPA delays filing in Zuma’s stay of prosecution application
Former President Jacob Zuma is applying to have his fraud and corruption case, which is linked to the arms deal, permanently halted.
Ipid says Phahlane’s arrest had nothing to do with McBride
Ipid arrested Phahlane and major general Ravi Pillay on Friday and were later released on R20,000 bail each after appearing in the Specialised Commercial Crimes Court.
McBride on Ipid job: Police portfolio committee acting under political pressure
Robert McBride wants the decision not to renew his contract to be referred back to the committee for a fresh decision - but properly considered.
Phahlane blames McBride for his arrest
Khomotso Phahlane says his arrest is part of a plan by Robert McBride to score points in a bid to get his job back.
R20,000 bail for Phahlane and Pillay
Khomotso Phahlane and major general Ravi Pillay have been added as accused in the case which saw four senior police officials and service provider arrested and in court in November last year.
Lawyers say there’s no evidence against Jiba & Mrwebi
The inquiry’s public hearings concluded in Centurion on Thursday with closing submissions.