Zondo Commission investigators struggling to get Bosasa documents from curators
Former Armscor CEO Kevin Wakeford was meant to cross-examine former Bosasa executives Angelo Agrizzi and Frans Voster on Wednesday.
Agrizzi, Voster accused of 'wilfully' misleading Zondo commission
Although former Armscor CEO Kevin Wakeford was meant to cross-examine Agrizzi and Voster on Wednesday proceedings were postponed on their request over lack of access to supplementary evidence.
Why ex-Bosasa officials Agrizzi, Vorster won’t be cross-examined today
The pair was due to be cross-examined by former Armscor CEO Kevin Wakeford who they implicated in corrupt dealings at the company.
What the document regarding Zuma's state capture questions shows
This follows the dismissal of a Business Day report by commission chair Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, which claimed that Jacob Zuma had been provided with questions prior to his next appearance.
Duduzane Zuma's testimony in a nutshell
Duduzane Zuma spent the past two days presenting several versions of events that dispute the evidence earlier submitted to the state capture commission.
Ex-Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi returns to state capture inquiry today
The Commission granted former Armscor CEO Kevin Wakeford leave to cross-examine Agrizzi and former Bosasa employee Frans Vorster.
Zondo reassures Duduzane Zuma commission won’t prejudice him
The son of former President Jacob Zuma had expressed concern during his appearance at the inquiry over how his evidence would be handled.
Duduzane Zuma to take legal steps for arrest at OR Tambo International Airport
He explained that the arrest was necessitated by statements made by former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas that he along with members of the Gupta family tried to bribe him for a ministerial position.
Duduzane Zuma admits he was asked to reply before PP report
During his testimony on Monday, Duduzane Zuma complained that he was not afforded the chance to dispute allegations made against him by several individuals who made submissions to the chapter nine institution.
Zondo rejects reports that Jacob Zuma received questions
The article purported that former President Jacob Zuma had been furnished with 80 questions contained in an 11-page document prior to his next appearance at the commission.
Duduzane Zuma expected to wrap up testimony at Zondo Inquiry
Duduzane Zuma has questioned the commission on how his testimony would be handled in light of such omissions as the evidence leader in the case relied mainly on the evidence presented by involved individuals to the Public Protector.
Duduzane Zuma: I never took Booysen to meet Guptas under false pretences
The businessman has told the state capture commission that it was, in fact, Booysen’s persistent curiosity about the Gupta family that led them to the Saxonwold home.
There was no conflict of interest in govt advertising on ANN7 - Duduzane Zuma
Duduzane is testifying at the Zondo commission of inquiry in Parktown.
Will Duduzane answer more questions than his father at state capture inquiry?
The son of former president Jacob Zuma made an about-turn regarding his involvement in the commission investigating fraud and corruption in the state.
Legislation meant to save failing municipalities seen as useless, says report
Section 139 gives provincial executive committees or national government the power to take appropriate steps including the imposition of a recovery plan and possible dissolution of municipal councils.
Crisis ridden municipalities may never recover, says Pari report
The institute’s study painted a shocking picture of little to no impact of Section 139 interventions which had been carried out throughout the years.
Law meant to prevent collapse of municipalities seldom used, says report
A Pari study on Section 139 interventions, which are implemented when there are financial crises in municipalities, shows that the legislation is seldom used, leading to the total collapse of municipalities.
SAPS promises to tackle issue of internal promotions over next three years
The service is sitting on a backlog of over 60,000 overdue promotions, with its employees appearing to lose patience by the day.