Ramaphosa deliberately misled Parliament over R500k donation, EFF tells court
The party was among respondents that joined Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s challenge.
Lesotho’s first lady formally charged with murdering Lipolelo Thabane
Thabane has been accused of being the mastermind behind the shooting that killed prime minister Tom Thabane’s second wife Lipolelo in 2017 and left her friend Thato Sibolla wounded.
Lesotho’s first lady Maesaiah Thabane charged with murder, attempted murder
Lipolelo was shot dead outside her home in Maseru in 2017 during tense divorce proceedings.
Wanted Lesotho first lady Maesiah Thabane turns herself over to police
Prime Minister Tom Thabane's wife is wanted in connection with the killing of his second wife Lipolelo in 2017.
Consultants' work on Lesotho Water Project questioned in wake of R113m contract
Questions are now being asked about whether the consultants did, in fact, carry out the work or if the project simply failed to implement the recommendations.
Malawi's ConCourt nullifies 2019 elections, orders re-run
In a unanimous judgement on Monday, the court ruled that the elections were not held in accordance with the law and the results declared by the country’s electoral commission can't be trusted.
Masters’ Offices shut down amid SIU raids, says Lamola
The minister appealed to the public to postpone their visits to the Offices of the Master of the High Court while investigations were under way.
Fight brewing over Lesotho Highlands Water Project jobs, compensation
Communities are demanding compensation for their land before construction begins as well as perpetual royalties.
NGO accuses Lesotho Highlands Water Project of not delivering on promises
Residents in the district where phase two of the project, the Polihali Dam, is being built say they haven’t received the compensation and jobs they want but advance construction has already begun on power lines, roads and accommodation.
Thabane’s son-in-law files order to challenge permanent appointment of Mahase
Lesotho Prime Minister Tom Thabane’s son-in-law and party secretary-general Lebohang Hlaele has filed a Constitutional Court application challenging plans to appoint acting Chief Justice Maseforo Mahase.
Lesotho PM Tom Thabane’s pick for acting chief justice challenged
The secretary-general of Thabane’s All Basotho Convention party wrote to King Letsie III warning him not to act on the prime minister’s advice because he had already announced his intention to resign.
Questions over Tom Thabane’s citizenship amount to 'incitement'
Eyewitness News established that Tom Thabane was head of elections in Bloemfontein during the first democratic elections in 1994.
Ex-Transnet official lifts lid on millions spent on TNA sponsorship
Former Transnet brand and publicity coordinator Joseph Jackson said that he reported to Mboniso Sigonyela, who told him he should not recommend but should tell management that the SOE must advertise with the newspaper.
Zola Tsotsi: The Guptas said they had put me in position
Zola Tsotsi is testifying at the state capture commission of inquiry on Friday.
Summons application for Zuma to appear before inquiry still pending - Zondo
The state capture commission's legal team had applied for a summons for Jacob Zuma to appear by the end of the month, but the hearing was adjourned.
Zondo expresses concern over state capture inquiry not completing its work
The commission chair applied for an extension of the inquiry until the end of December this year.
Zondo Commission applies for another extension to December
Briefing the media on Thursday, deputy chief Justice Raymond Zondo said if the commission is not granted an extension, it wouldn’t be able to make any findings.
AgriSA: Davos investors concerned about Land Bank ratings downgrade
AgriSA executive director Omri van Zyl said that while the impact would be felt in about 6 months, the reality was that institutional lenders would believe the bank was more risky.