Seri: eSwatini govt has duty to ensure police compliant with legal principles
Seri has urged the South African government to call on the government of eSwatini to uphold and protect the rights to life, dignity, freedom of expression, and peaceful assembly.
‘Kenneth Kaunda was crucial in reshaping the Commonwealth’
Tributes were paid to the late Zambian president at his funeral service on Friday.
Minister Zulu welcomes booze ban, prioritises relief for vulnerable families
She said the economy was taking strain, but the department would first ensure that vulnerable households get food.
eSwatini acting PM refutes claims of marshal law being declared amid protests
In a statement released on Thursday afternoon, Themba Masuku said the government continued to advocate for and promote the full expression of all constitutional and human rights, including the right to protest.
Pay back the money: Salga to consultants who failed to do work at municipalities
Salga said it is disappointed with the deteriorating level of accountability as shown in the Auditor General report for the year 2019/2020 which was released on Wednesday.
Maluleke: WC has the highest number of local govt clean audits
Auditor General Tsakani Maluleke on Wednesday said the number of clean audits at the country’s 257 municipalities had gone down from 33 to just 27.
Tsakani: Municipalities with clean audits down from 33 to 27
The Auditor-General tabled a consolidated general report on the local government audit outcomes for the 2019-20 financial year to Parliament.
ANC top brass to discuss implications of Zuma's jail term
The ANC Veterans' League said the implications of the judgment would be discussed at the NEC meeting, which is the party's highest decision-making structure in between conferences.
Zondo lauds Zuma judgment as protection of constitutional democracy
The minority judgment of the Constitutional Court said taking former President Jacob Zuma to a court whose judgments can't be appealed and sentencing him to jail without the option to correct his contemptuous act is unconstitutional.
With no legal way out, Jacob Zuma prepares to hand himself over to police
The former president has been ordered to report to the police station either in KwaZulu-Natal of Gauteng by no later than Sunday to start serving his 15-month sentence for refusing to appear before the state capture commission and ignoring the Constitutional Court's instructions to do so.
Jacob Zuma to hand himself over at Nkandla police station, daughter tweets
Earlier on Tuesday the Constitutional Court sentenced Zuma to 15 months in jail, saying he was in contempt of court when he failed to appear and participate at the state capture inquiry.
Zuma sentenced to 15 months in jail for being in contempt of court
Justice Sisi Khampepe handed the down the judgment on Tuesday morning, saying court considered an unsuspended jail team of two years but that this matter was extraordinary.
ConCourt finds Zuma guilty of contempt of court
In handing down that guilty verdict, Justice Khampepe said never before had the authority and legitimacy of the Constitutional Court been subjected to the level of attacks posed by Zuma.
Will the ConCourt find Zuma guilty of contempt of court and jail him?
It was former President Jacob Zuma who instituted the State Capture Commission of Inquiry and it is he who has felt the full wrath of the commission for defying it.
Kodwa: I knew EOH was blackmailed by EC ANC for R1mn donation to win govt tender
Deputy State Security Minister, Zizi Kodwa, on Monday testified about receiving payments and luxury accommodation allegedly in exchange for influencing tenders.
Kodwa: R1m I got from EOH head wasn’t donation from TSS to ANC
The commission is in possession of bank statements of TSS, a supplier development partner of EOH that recorded the amount as a donation.
High Court grants Zondo Inquiry extension, to complete proceedings in September
This decision comes at the same time as announced from the Constitutional Court that has confirmed it will hand down judgment on Tuesday in the commission’s application to have former President Jacob Zuma found to have acted in contempt of court.
None of the payments I got from EOH were to facilitate unlawful acts - Kodwa
Kodwa has been testifying at the State Capture Commission about payments he received from government contractors when he was ANC spokesperson.