Zuma’s lawyers accuse state capture inquiry of 'instigating public against him'
In a letter sent to the commission on Monday and seen by Eyewitness News, Zuma's lawyers confirmed that the former president will appear before the inquiry from 15 to 19 of July.
DA still hopeful in Mkhwebane's probe into Ramaphosa campaign donation
The DA asked Busisiwe Mkhwebane to investigate if Cyril Ramaphosa lied to Parliament about the R500,000 Bosasa donation towards his presidential campaign.
Ramaphosa under investigation for R500k donation only – Public Protector
Busisiwe Mkhwebane said her investigation was focused on a donation amounting to just R500,000, and not R400 million.
Zwane: Just give us a chance in Parliament's portfolio committees
The former mineral resources minister said on Thursday he didn't understand why people were being so hard on him and his other colleagues.
Court finds no legal basis for Trillian's R600m payment from Eskom
The judgment has also been scathing towards former Eskom executives Matshela Koko and Anoj Singh, who played a key role in approving payments to Trillian.
Pay back the money: Gupta-linked Trillian ordered to pay Eskom R600m
In March last year, the power utility sued both Trillian and McKinsey for the repayment of almost R1.6 billion allegedly unlawfully paid to them as a result of an invalid deal involving corruption and fraud.
George’s dismissal case now in hands of CCMA
The federation of unions dismissed George last month over allegations of corruption involving his purchase of shares in controversial company Ayo technologies.
Sacked Fedusa boss Dennis George appealing ‘unfair’ dismissal
Former Fedusa general secretary Dennis George claims the presiding officer in his disciplinary process was biased.
EXCLUSIVE: I am not bitter, says Bathabile Dlamini after Sassa debacle
Dlamini was accused of failing to ensure that Sassa was equipped to administer social grants payments after a contract with Cash Paymaster Services was due to expire.
Accusations of being a drunkard affected me and my family, says Dlamini
Bathabile Dlamini has repeatedly refuted the claims, going as far as revealing that she is epileptic and has never touched the so-called ‘the devil’s juice’.
EXCLUSIVE: Sassa debacle criticism felt like rape - Bathabile Dlamini
When former Minister Bathabile Dlamini spoke about her time as social development minister and the criticism she faced, she became emotional.
I’m a single parent, that pension will help my family - Dlamini on Parly exit
Former Minister Bathabile Dlamini said she did so because she thought she would be more useful if she was outside the legislature mobilising women.
ATM’s Ngqulwana withdraws case claiming Magashule helped form the party
On Tuesday, News24 reported that the ANC resolved to launch the investigation that would be led by former President Kgalema Motlanthe.
Corruption Watch: South Africans deserve to know the truth over arms deal
On Tuesday, the organisation argued in the Pretoria High Court that the findings by the commission should be set aside. It argued the inquiry failed to properly investigate allegations of corruption in the multi-billion rand deal.
Ramaphosa’s legal team agrees Seriti didn't properly probe arms deal claims
The court on Tuesday heard an application by Corruption Watch to set aside the findings of the inquiry which found there was no evidence of graft in the multibillion-rand deal.
'No one should be able to use arms deal inquiry findings to clear themselves'
Corruption Watch wants the court to review and set aside the 2016 findings of the Seriti commission that exonerated politicians and concluded there was no evidence of corruption in the controversial multibillion-rand deal concluded in the 1990s.
Arms deal commission failed to do its job - Corruption Watch
The court application by Corruption Watch and Right2know comes after Judge Willie Seriti, who headed the commission exonerated politicians of wrongdoing-when he released his report in 2016.
Civil rights groups turn to court to have Arms Deal findings set aside
The court application by Corruption Watch and Right2know came after Judge Willie Seriti who headed the commission exonerated politicians of wrongdoing when he released his report in 2016.