Ex-FS MEC Dukwana returns to Zondo Inquiry for more Estina testimony
The commission has spent several weeks dealing with the project, which was intended to benefit emerging farmers in the Vrede area of the Free State.
Zuma ordered Maseko be replaced with Manyi as spokesperson, Zondo hears
This was the evidence of Brent Simons, who is the former spokesperson of the late Minister in the Presidency Collins Chabane.
Zuma lied about instructing Chabane to fire Maseko, Zondo Inquiry told
This was the evidence of the late minister’s former spokesperson Brent Simons, who testified at the state capture commission of inquiry.
Zondo Inquiry set to hear about Zuma relatives' attempts to secure govt deals
Former chief director in the office of the Minister in the Presidency, Brent Simons, and former chief of staff Abednigo Hlungwani were expected to the stand from Monday morning.
Why Zuma referred to Hanekom as “enemy agent”
Former president Jacob Zuma argued that former minister Derek Hanekom must interpret his use of the term "enemy agent" within the correct context.
Hanekom: I have been offended and pained by Zuma’s claims
Derek Hanekom responded, after the High Court in Durban reserved judgment in the defamation suit which he brought against Jacob Zuma for referring to him on social media as an enemy agent.
Judgment reserved as Zuma argues ‘enemy agent’ comment misinterpreted
Derek Hanekom is suing Jacob Zuma for R500,000 after he referred to him as an enemy agent on Twitter.
EFF asks ConCourt for clarity on PP's powers, enforcement of remedial action
The move follows a recent decision in the High Court in Pretoria where the enforcement of the remedial action in matters involving President Cyril Ramaphosa and Minister Pravin Gordhan were suspended until the review applications in their respective cases were concluded.
Zondo: State capture inquiry receiving a lot of public support
Speaking to the South African Broadcasting Corporation, Zondo said his commission was mindful of its mandate and duty to the public.
Crawford-Browne: Ramaphosa must cancel arms deal and recover money
The ruling by the North Gauteng High Court setting aside the findings of the arms deal commission has placed fresh pressure on the National Prosecuting Authority to prosecute those implicated in the controversy.
De Lille: Ruling on Seriti Inquiry shows wheels of justice not entirely broken
De Lille was responding to the High Court ruling on Wednesday which found that Judge Willie Seriti - who chaired the commission - failed to execute his mandate to thoroughly investigate the controversial multi-billion rand arms deal.
Arms deal commission court ruling hailed by anti-corruption activists
The commission, chaired by Judge Willie Seriti, ran for four years and cost taxpayers over R130 million.
Court: Seriti commission failed to test arms deal witnesses
Judge President Dunstan Mlambo handed down a stinging rebuke of his brother Judge Willie Seriti’s handling of the investigation of the controversial multibillion-rand arms deal.
Court orders Mkhwebane to pay some costs of Estina report case
The High Court in Pretoria on Thursday ruled that she was personally liable for a fraction of costs in the case relating to her report on the Estina dairy farm project.
‘Rome Statute hinders SA’s international relations’
Michael Masutha says the statute's obligations hinder the SA government’s commitment to peaceful negotiations.
Police fire stun grenades at students at Union Buildings, Wits
A large group of students were prevented from entering the gates to the Union Buildings.
Mixed reaction after Baleka Mbete returns state capture report
Yesterday, advocate Thuli Madonsela announced she has written to Mbete about the report.
UJ to address alleged brutality by private security guards
During a protest at Doornfontein campus, students & journalists were allegedly attacked by security officers.