Zuma dismisses claims his Twitter account is fake
Less than two days, Zuma has now amassed over 81,000 followers and counting.
ANC warns against scammers using party colours for illicit means
This follows the circulation of a poster on social media appealing to the public to raise funds to help Zuma pay for his legal fees.
Dirco urges S. Africans travelling abroad to learn laws of the countries
Dirco spokesperson Ndivuwo Mabaya says there's little the South African government can do to assist those arrested.
[UPDATE] Final Sars inquiry report lambasts Moyane’s management style
President Cyril Ramaphosa says he is studying the findings and recommendations and is applying his mind.
2 Hawks officials to appear in court on charges of corruption
They were arrested on Thursday with an alleged drug dealer for attempting to bribe a fellow officer to release drugs and vehicles that were seized by police.
Eskom in talks with financial institutions to acquire loans for projects
This comes after the utility signed a R1.5 billion loan agreement with the French Development Agency on Thursday to support its plans to build more transmission lines along the West Coast.
Hawks arrest two of their own & alleged drug dealer for corruption
It’s alleged that the two police officers conspired with the drug dealer to bribe another officer.
DA 'pleased' with court ruling on Jacob Zuma's legal fees
The High Court found that on a proper reading of the State Attorneys Act, the decision to pay for Zuma’s legal fees should never have been made.
City of Tshwane blames national govt for water supply interruptions
Water tankers have been sent to various areas to ensure that taps don't run dry in parts of Johannesburg, Tshwane and Ekurhuleni after Rand Water imposed water restrictions.
Agang SA condemns Andile Mngxitama’s ‘kill white people’ comments
BFL leader Andile Mngxitama reportedly urged supporters in Potchefstroom to kill five white people for every black person who dies due to taxi violence.
City of Tshwane to deploy water tankers to areas affected by restrictions
Several areas in the province have been hit by water interruptions over the weekend imposed by Rand Water due to decreasing dam levels and electricity challenges.
Cele calls on Global Citizen Festival crime victims to lay complaint with police
The minister says this is the only way they can follow up on complaints by concert-goers, who were attacked at a nearby Sasol garage on Sunday night.
Sanef alarmed by national lotteries’ request for SSA to investigate journalists
The media body says the call has been made against the backdrop of ongoing investigative work by a group of journalists into corruption in the grants to lottery-funded projects.
Numsa workers accused of killing security guard
D&K Management Consultants says a security guard was doused with petrol and set alight in Springs on Tuesday while on site conducting his duties.
SA diplomats to hold memorial for late Mendi Msimang
Msimang, a former African National Congress (ANC) treasurer-general, passed away on Monday and is set to be laid to rest on Saturday.
Vlakfontein murders: Delays in bail matter a concern for lawyers
Ernest Mabaso and Fita Khupe are applying for bail after being charged with masterminding the murders of four children and three women in their family home in Vlakfontein in October.
Lawyer for accused in Vlakfontein murders case worried about delays in bail bid
Their case was postponed again on Tuesday at the Protea Magistrates Court due to Ernest Mabaso's ill health.
Former ANC diplomat Msimang to be laid to rest on Saturday
The venues for the memorial service and the funeral are expected to be announced on Tuesday after consultation with the Presidency on the official state funeral.