EFF's Malema denies link to stolen VBS millions
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema was responding to reports by the Daily Maverick's investigative unit Scorpion, that more than R5 million was channeled from VBS Bank into an account the red beret leader used as a slush fund.
Ex-SABC board chair Ben Ngubane to give evidence at Zondo Inquiry
Former SABC board chair Ben Ngubane, who has ben accused of supporting former chief operations officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng, is expected to testify at the state capture commission of inquiry.
Hanekom welcomes high court ruling on Zuma spy tweet
The High Court in Durban on Friday ordered Jacob Zuma to delete the offending tweet and publicly apologise to Derek Hanekom.
NPA mum on court date for Malema, Ndlozi assault case
The pair face a charge of common assault after they allegedly attacked a police officer at Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s funeral last year.
AfriForum to ‘closely monitor’ Malema’s firearm case by NPA
The prosecuting authority confirmed on Thursday that it had made a decision on whether to proceed with the case against the leader of the red berets but would not announce it just yet.
NPA authorises prosecution of Malema, Ndlozi for alleged assault
The decision to prosecute follows recent threats by lobby group AfriForum that if it there were no developments soon, they would approach the courts to compel the NPA to act.
Zuma to appeal ruling on Hanekom 'enemy agent' tweet
The High Court in Durban has ordered Jacob Zuma to apologise to Derek Hanekom and delete the tweet in which he refers to him as an enemy agent.
Zuma ordered to remove Hanekom tweet and to apologise
The court ordered the former statesman to remove the tweet and publicly apologise to Derek Hanekom.
Motsoeneng interfered in SABC newsroom to protect Zuma, ANC: Pillay
Pillay said she found out about the SABC's decision to ban protest visuals through a public statement, not internally.
WATCH LIVE: Krivani Pillay gives evidence on SABC editorial interference
The state capture commission of inquiry is hearing more evidence of direct interference in the SABC’s editorial processes and the culture of fear that which permeated from the office of former chief operations officer, Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
NPA makes decision on Malema firearm matter but won't announce it just yet
EFF leader Julius Malema is accused of unlawfully discharging a rifle at a political rally in the Eastern Cape at the party’s fifth anniversary celebrations last year.
Former SABC CEO: I forced out of SABC for disagreeing with Ellen Tshabalala
Lulama Mokhobo testified at the state capture commission on Wednesday, where she defended her performance during her tenure, despite a Public Protector finding against her related to approving a pay raise for former chief operations officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
Lulama Mokhobo recalls meeting the Guptas through Hlaudi Motsoeneng
Former SABC group chief executive Mokhobo was testifying at the state capture commission of inquiry on Wednesday.
SABC was willing to pay a lot of money to get rid of people, Zondo Inquiry told
This was the evidence of group executive for human resources Jonathan Thekiso at the public hearings in Parktown.
News boss says censorship has no place at SABC
Phathiswa Magopeni was testifying at the state capture commission on inquiry on Tuesday on the state of the corporation's newsroom.
Phathiswa Magopeni details the level of political interference at SABC
The broadcaster’s head of news described a culture of fear where people from outside the corporation were issuing instruction directly to the TV control room.
I found the SABC newsroom in total decay - head of news Magopeni
SABC head of news Phathiswa Magopeni took up the position in February 2018 and said there was a fundamental breakdown in trust.
SABC technically insolvent, employees depressed, Zondo Inquiry hears
SABC CEO Madoda Mxakwe testified at the state capture commission of inquiry on Tuesday where he discussed their efforts to turn the organisation around.