Zondo raises concerns about admitting Gupta Leaks data as evidence
The hard drives contain thousands of e-mails, widely known as the 'Gupta Leaks', which detail alleged correspondence between the Gupta family, government officials and chief executives of state-owned companies.
‘Gupta leaks obtained to assist inquiry to uncover truth about corruption’
Brian Currin has given testimony about the emails contained in three hard drives he was given by whistleblowers in Nairobi earlier this year.
Gupta leaks hard drives should be admitted as evidence - Pretorius
State capture inquiry's evidence leader Advocate Paul Pretorius says it's highly improbable that the data on the hard drives is fake as claimed by the Guptas.
Minerals Council SA 'disappointed' by deadlocked gold sector wage talks
The council is currently locked in negotiations with three main unions; Amcu, NUM and Solidarity at the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration.
Dros group slammed on social media after rape of girl (7)
The young girl was attacked in the restrooms on Saturday allegedly by a 20-year-old man.
'We have animals that prey on young children and women in this country'
Gauteng Community Safety MEC Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane has responded to the rape of a minor that took place on Saturday at a popular eatery in Pretoria.
Man accused of raping child (7) may face more charges
The man is currently in custody facing charges of rape, assault, grievous bodily harm and possession of drugs.
'KZN Metrorail operations will not resume until it is safe to do so'
Prasa says it’s been forced to shut down all Metrorail services due to vandalism.
Madikizela: I didn’t leak Maimane’s intention to stand as WC premier candidate
The DA is currently conducting a probe to find out how leader Mmusi Maimane’s intention to stand as Western Cape premier candidate was leaked to the media.
DA seeks answers on Sassa grant application crisis
The party says it has been bombarded with calls, messages and emails from beneficiaries who have been turned away because the agency cannot capture biometric applications.
Edna Molewa to be laid to rest next week
Her brother Fana Mmeti says she will be laid to rest in the first week of October to give South Africans enough time to mourn her.
Losi: State capture, corruption behind looming SABC job cuts
The cash-strapped SABC is amid a restructuring process that might see it retrench hundreds of workers as it looks to cut its R3.1 billion salary bill.
Greenpeace Africa hoping for a successor as ‘competent’ as Molewa
The organisation says the late environmental affairs minister was a true climate champion in South Africa and the international community.
Azapo joins tributes to Edna Molewa
The party says the minister's passing comes at a time when the country is engulfed with political corruption and the erosion of leadership.
Edna Molewa to receive special state funeral
Molewa died on Saturday at age 61 in a hospital in Pretoria after a short illness.
Winnie Mandela food gardens launched on birthday of late struggle icon
Provincial ANC's Sochayile Khanyile says this is a great way to honour mama Winnie.
'SABC cannot be allowed to collapse'
The public broadcaster has come under scrutiny for its planned restricting process that might see thousands of employees lose their jobs.
Molewa hailed as struggle hero, champion of workers' rights
The ANC says it owes the Molewa family for allowing their daughter to serve the country and the party for most of her life.