Magashule: Hanekom a wedge driver, EFF sleeper and a charlatan
ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule has released a scathing statement lashing the party’s NEC member Derek Hanekom after he confirmed he met with one of the EFF’s leaders last year to discuss the ousting of former President Jacob Zuma.
SACP on EFF claims: It was no secret Mapaila led charge for Zuma to resign
EFF leader Julius Malema told supporters that Solly Mapaila worked with the party when it was trying to remove Jacob Zuma through a motion of no confidence.
Hanekom denies feeding EFF information about ousting Zuma
Last year, the ANC in Parliament decided it would support a motion of no confidence in the former president if he failed to resign as ordered by the party.
Jacob Zuma expected to resume testimony at Zondo Commission
On Wednesday, deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo adjourned the hearing after Zuma’s lawyer’s accused the Inquiry of having invited their client to the commission under false pretences.
Zuma will only resume testimony if inquiry sticks to rules, lawyers say
The commission, chaired by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, adjourned proceedings until Friday after the former president’s lawyers considered withdrawing.
Zondo inquiry to blame for suspension of Zuma’s testimony – lawyer
The former president was not happy with the turn of events and wanted a change of approach.
Behind-the-scenes talks to determine if Zuma resumes state capture testimony
A decision was taken on Wednesday between Jacob Zuma and the commission that the proceedings be adjourned until Friday, to allow room for deliberations over the concerns the former president raised.
Niehaus: Zuma questioning akin to interrogation
Former President Jacob Zuma's supporters have welcomed the decision to discontinue his testimony at the state capture inquiry.
Jacob Zuma's lawyers discuss his possible withdrawal from Zondo Inquiry
Zuma has been complaining that he was expected to remember details of what happened a long time ago.
Zuma refutes Maseko & Mentor testimonies at Zondo commission
The commission also saw more legal wrangling with Jacob Zuma’s legal team objecting to the line of questioning by the commission’s legal head advocate Paul Pretorius.
Zondo commission to investigate Zuma death threats
"My PA was phoned by a person she does not know, and this person said, 'You must tell Zuma that we are going to kill him'."
Zuma: I don't know why Guptas put pressure on former GCIS head Maseko
"I wouldn't be able to answer the question correctly because I really don't know what made Mr Ajay say that."
'Tell Zuma we are going to kill him': commission hears Zuma was threatened
Former President Jacob Zuma told the Zondo commission on day one of his testimony that his life has been under threat for three decades.
Zuma vows to return to inquiry 'to deal with whatever needs to be dealt with'
While addressing his supporters after his testimony, Zuma said he actually didn’t think there was a need to come to the state capture commission.
Zondo Inquiry to investigate Jacob Zuma's spy claims
Jacob Zuma accused senior African National Congress (ANC) leaders, including Ngoako Ramatlhodi, of being apartheid spies, while alleging journalist Redi Tlhabi is working with foreign intelligence agencies to bring him down.
I was never a spy - Ramatlhodi challenges Zuma to lie detector test
In a shocking claim, former president Jacob Zuma told the state capture commission that Ngoako Ramatlhodi was an apartheid spy that was recruited in Lesotho.
Zuma accuses Ngoako Ramatlhodi of being a spy
Jacob Zuma told the commission that was why Ngoako Ramatlhodi found it comfortable to come to the commission and accuse him of auctioning the country.
Zuma’s lawyer accuses state capture commission of being condescending, unfair
The former president has taken the stand at the inquiry on Monday morning after several witnesses accused him of being central to state capture.