Overwhelming probability that Zuma knew about Gupta plane at Waterkloof - Zondo
During the commission’s public hearings, it heard evidence from a dozen witnesses on the scandal, including Zuma, who insisted he didn’t know where they were going to land, or even that there was going to be a landing that day.
Zondo recommends Magashule be criminally investigated over Vrede dairy farm
In the commission’s final report, published on Wednesday night, it found that the disastrous deal had happened as a result of Ace Magashule’s pursuit of the Guptas’ agenda.
Banks not acting as 'white monopoly capital' when closing Gupta accounts: Zondo
Chief Justice Raymond Zondo said in his final report that accusations against banks that closed Gupta accounts was 'entirely unjustified'.
'Many ills not yet uncovered' - Zondo recommends special inquiry into Prasa
In the state capture commission of inquiry’s fifth report released on Wednesday night, Zondo said that despite the extensive evidence he'd heard about the rot at the state rail service during the public hearings, he still felt that there was much to be uncovered.
WATCH: Presidency finally receives final part of state capture report
The commission began its work in August 2017. It was initially given 180 days to wrap it up but has since been granted a total of eight extensions by the courts.
President Ramaphosa set to receive fifth & final state capture report
The journey here has been a long one, having started in 2015, when allegations first began surfacing that the Guptas had offered then deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas and former MP Vytjie Mentor Cabinet positions in return for their political influence.
Final state capture report delayed again; commission cites processing challenges
The report was previously meant to be handed in by the end of April, but chief justice and commission chair Raymond Zondo then went to court at the last minute and secured an extension to 15 June.
Judge Maya a step closer to becoming SA's Deputy Chief Justice
SCA President Mandisa Maya's nomination has been endorsed by the Judicial Service Commission.
Final volume of State Capture report to be handed over on Wednesday
The last instalment of the report was meant to be handed over to the president at an official ceremony at the union buildings on Monday.
Maya: It’s ‘disappointing’ that last 3 ConCourt appointments were men
The Judicial Service Commission's Narend Singh asked Maya about gender transformation in the judiciary and the most recent appointments at the country’s apex court.
SCA's Maya says lapses in general office saw her step into registrar's role
Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) Judge President Mandisa Maya is currently being interviewed by the commission for the position of deputy Chief Justice.
ConCourt ruling on burial of foetus will help parents find closure - NPO
An activist said that a recent ruling from the Constitutional Court confirming that bereaved parents had the right to bury a foetus would help provide closure.
SCA Judge President Maya to appear before JSC for DCJ interview
Maya is the only candidate that the president has nominated for the job and in terms of the Constitution, as head of the national executive, he has the final say on who gets it.
Richard Mdluli graft case due back in court as NPA tries to force start of trial
The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) is set to move an application to force the start of his trial.
Ramaphosa expected to receive final state capture report on Monday
After missing the 15 June deadline to complete the last report, the commission of inquiry has now wrapped up its work and on Sunday night sent it to the president electronically.
EThekwini residents unhappy with looming water restrictions
The municipality will from Monday be implementing rotational water rationing in areas supplied by the Durban Heights Water Treatment Plant.
Judge Maya to sit before JSC to interview for Deputy Chief Justice position
The position became vacant earlier this year when President Cyril Ramaphosa appointed then-deputy chief justice, Raymond Zondo, as the new chief justice of the country's Constitutional Court.
NPO welcomes ConCourt ruling on burying early-term foetuses
Last year, the Pretoria High Court found that foetuses which didn’t survive past 26 weeks were effectively considered “medical waste” and so couldn’t be buried - and this is what the group has been challenging.