Nkabinde: I was no longer comfortable in situation I was in at Ipid
Cedrick Nkabinde resigned from Ipid on Friday after agreeing to drop complaints accusing his former boss Robert McBride of unethical conduct.
Public Protector irregular expenditure: Action taken against those guilty
Auditor-General Kimi Makwetu made damning findings against the office of the Public Protector, saying that it lacks proper mechanisms to prevent non-compliance with the legislation.
Cedrick Nkabinde resigns from Ipid after dropping complaints against McBride
Nkabinde says he’s stepping down after reaching a settlement agreement.
Auditor-General reprimands Mkhwebane for not complying with legislation
These include the payments that were made to lawyers that represented the Public Protector in court cases when Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s reports were taken on review.
Public Protector to put measures in place to curb irregular expenditure
In a report to Parliament, it's been revealed that the Public Protector's office has not followed due process when procuring goods and services
Police suspect Wonderboom Airport assault racially motivated
A white man accused of assaulting a black man at Wonderboom Airport in Pretoria is expected to appear in court on Friday.
CWU: Infinity Media must compensate unlawfully retrenched employees
The Labour Court ruled on Thursday that the media company owned by businessman Mzwanele Manyi violated the labour law when it got rid of some 300 staff without following a retrenchment consultation process.
Ajay Gupta says he has evidence that he didn't attend meeting with Mcebisi Jonas
Last month, Jonas testified at the state capture commission that he was offered substantial amounts of money by the Guptas to be the next Finance Minister, and when he turned them down, he said Ajay Gupta threatened to kill him.
Lynne Brown granted permission to reapply to cross-examine Jonas
Brown’s lawyer, advocate Simmy Lebala, has told the commission that she wants to cross-examine Mcebisi Jonas despite Brown admitting she had a relationship with the Gupta family.
State capture inquiry: Mcebisi Jonas lied - Ajay Gupta
Gupta says he can prove that he was at Oakbay's Sandton office at the time that Jonas claims to have met him at his Saxonwold compound.
Court rules Infinity Media Networks must reinstate workers immediately
The court has instructed Infinity Media, owned by businessman Mzwanele Manyi, to reinstate the axed Afro Worldview workers with immediate effect.
State capture inquiry adjourned
Advocate Paul Pretorius says while the commission will resume on 27 September, they won’t be any testimony from witnesses as they will be dealing with an important matter that cannot be disclosed yet to the public.
Water Dept concerned over Gauteng's declining dam levels
Damn levels have slipped from 81.2% last week to 80.5% this week.
Zondo to rule on Lynne Brown’s bid to cross-examine state capture witnesses
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo will hear arguments from Brown's lawyers who insist that she should be allowed to cross-examine witnesses, despite not yet being implicated.
‘Give harsher punishment to anyone who tries to influence govt officials’
This was stated by US-based Dr Danial Kaufmann who gave expert testimony at the commission.
Zwane hasn’t sent request to cross-examine witnesses, inquiry hears
This comes after Nedbank’s CEO Mike Brown testified that Mosebenzi Zwane had threatened something would happen to the bank's licence if it did not review the decision to close accounts of Gupta-related companies.
State capture inquiry: Nedbank CEO says he felt threatened by Zwane at meeting
Mike Brown is taking the inquiry through the events leading up to that meeting, and his response to the ANC top brass that we would not discuss any client related matters.
No collusion between banks to close Gupta accounts, says Nedbank CEO
So far, the Zondo Commission has heard from officials from FNB, Standard Bank and Absa that members of the ANC government tried to meet with them in the wake of their decisions to close the accounts of Gupta linked entities.