Muofhe: Allegations against me intended to discredit President Ramaphosa
Mahlodi Muofhe was convinced that there’s always been a more sinister reason for the laying of the anonymous complaint against them, but he said he was also a target due to his decision to press charges against the State Security employees who were suspected of corruption or theft.
Muofhe to sue Inspector-General Dintwe over handling of qualifications matter
Mahlodi Muofhe was cleared of any wrongdoing by the Inspector-General this week after a year of investigations revealed that the allegations that he falsified his qualifications were untrue.
EXCLUSIVE: Mahlodi Muofhe cleared of falsifying academic records
In a letter sent to Muofhe by Inspector-General of Intelligence, Dr Setlhomamaru Dintwe on Wednesday, the SSA said the complaint about his qualifications was found to be without merit and the allegations untrue.
SSA distances itself from 'wild allegations' that ANC MP Havard could be a spy
News24 on Wednesday reported that an SSA report raised concern with Havard’s access to classified information and the possibility of sharing it with the Chinese ministry of state security.
'Favourable' taxes, 'untapped' minerals punted at Limpopo Investment Conference
Mathabatha addressed the inaugural Limpopo Investment Conference, which got off on a positive note on Wednesday, with prospective investors pledging support for the province’s plans.
Transnet, SIU say Msagala ruling a key step in ensuring accountability
Herbert Msagala was found guilty of receiving illegal payments while employed by the SOE.
Msagala and IGS: How they siphoned millions through cheques from Transnet
Earlier, the court found Msagala guilty of taking money while employed by the SOE ordering that he and others including the company he was in cahoots with, IGS Engineering to repay R26.4 million to Transnet.
Mfikoe: Well-off citizens trying to take advantage of CoJ debt relief programme
The City of Joburg’s Finance MMC Matshidiso Mfikoe said that they had to carry out stringent assessment processes to ensure that residents who applied for the relief were truly in distress.
CoJ Finance MMC Mfikoe explains slow uptake of debt rehabilitation programme
The intervention was availed to residents and businesses last year to assist with the economic pressures of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Qedani Mahlangu’s lawyers pin Life Esidemeni saga on national health dept
Advocate Laurence Hodes asked former managing director of Life Esidimeni Group, Morgan Mkhatshwa, on the foundations of the mental health policy believed to have led to the tragedy.
JSC minority decision on Hlophe rejects his gross misconduct finding
Doubt was cast on the integrity of the evidence given by the two judges of two ConCourt who filed the complaint about Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe’s attempt to interfere with the Zuma-Thint case.
Mokgoro's refusal to give up NW legislature seat complicates matters, says ANC
Job Mokgoro has given the African National Congress (ANC0 a headache for some weeks now. He first delayed his resignation as North west premier and now presents the party with a new challenge by refusing to give up his seat in the legislature.
WC Judge President Hlophe's conduct was an attempt to defeat justice - JSC
This scathing finding is contained in the majority decision of the commission which was published on Thursday night, detailing the reasons behind its referral of Hlophe to the National Assembly for impeachment.
UDM rallies behind ANC’s bid to reopen IEC candidate nomination process
Party leader Bantu Holomisa said they would join the proceedings as friends of the court.
ANC heads to court after it couldn’t register 30 candidates on IEC system
The IEC closed its system on Monday night after opening it to parties on 3 August.
DA: We’re voting in favour of WC Judge President John Hlophe’s removal
The opposition party was on Thursday reacting to a decision of the Judicial Service Commission to uphold the recommendation of the Judicial Conduct Tribunal to impeach Hlophe.
SIU opposed to Special Tribunal finding alternate resolution to FS PPE matter
The SIU wants the tribunal to halt the payment of millions of rands to the service providers who failed to deliver the correct gowns to the Free State Health Department. It also wants those contracts to be set aside.
Judge Hlophe's fate in hands of MPs after JSC upholds impeachment recommendation
The JSC’s spokesperson, Advocate Dali Mpofu, said that it was now up to the National Assembly to follow the necessary legislative prescripts to either remove or retain Hlophe’s status as a judge.