Ex-Bosasa employee told to do whatever Mokonyane wanted, inquiry hears
Former Bosasa employee Frans Vorster says that the facilities management company continued to hire luxurious cars for Minister Nomvula Mokonyane’s daughter even though she kept on damaging them.
#ZondoInquiry hears about Watson’s bribes & cars for the Gillinghams
Andries van Tonder has corroborated the testimony of Angelo Agrizzi, confirming that Bosasa paid bribes to officials at the Correctional Services.
Van Tonder: 'Watson paid me extra R20k to keep quiet about Bosasa bribery'
Former Bosasa CFO Andries van Tonder is currently testifying before the state capture commission in Parktown.
Inquiry hears of car bought for favours as Van Tonder spills beans on Bosasa
Former Bosasa CFO Andries van Tonder says the facilities company once purchased a car for the daughter of then Correctional Services CFO Patrick Gillingham in exchange for favours.
Zuma blames Gauteng ANC leadership for loss of Joburg, Tshwane metros
Jacob Zuma suggested that the ANC lost Tshwane and Joburg because some of the provincial leaders rejected him and treated him with embarrassment.
Zuma hits back at critics suggesting his presidency were 'wasted years'
In a thinly veiled swipe, Zuma disputes that his nine years in office were a waste.
Gordhan: 'Denel must shape up before it can do business in India'
On Friday, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that South Africa wants to deepen and grow cooperation with India when it comes to defence procurement.
Ramaphosa: 'We won't allow Eskom to fail'
President Cyril Ramaphosa says that the government will announce further plans to resolve the challenges facing Eskom, saying the state will not allow the power utility to fail.
Sisulu condemns violence attacks on civilians in Zimbabwe
Human Rights Organizations say over 10 people have died, while others were abused and raped during a brutal crackdown by the country’s security forces, including soldiers.
Cyril Ramaphosa takes indirect swipe at Gupta family
President Cyril Ramaphosa has suggested the controversial family came to South Africa for ransacking purposes and to run “funny” businesses.
Ramaphosa says SA is cleansing itself of past years' corruption
President Cyril Ramaphosa has once again reflected on former President Jacob Zuma’s administration.
SA government supports Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro
Juan Guaido declared himself president last week, winning the backing of US President Donald Trump and many Latin American nations.
Ramaphosa says government to reopen controversial SAA India route
President Cyril Ramaphosa told a business forum here in India that he doesn’t understand why that route was dropped.
Ramaphosa: SA to use UN Security Council seat to prioritise ordinary people
President Ramaphosa has assured the India government that South Africa’s tenure on the UN Security Council will prioritise the ordinary people of the world and push for its reform.
Ramaphosa defends ‘complex legacy’ of Gandhi and Mandela
Mahatma Gandhi has often been criticised for working with the British colonial government to promote racial segregation in South Africa.
SA aims to deepen defence procurement cooperation with India
President Cyril Ramaphosa says defence procurement is one of the areas that government is extending cooperation with India.
Ramaphosa officially welcomed to India on state visit
Cyril Ramaphosa is on a state visit to India and the two governments have signed several agreements on higher education and training and arts and culture among others.
President Ramaphosa in New Delhi to solidify India trade relations
The two nations will solidify these relations further by signing agreements on higher education and training, arts and culture, home affairs, defence and energy among others.