Ramaphosa reaffirms his support of state capture probe

2017-07-15 22:38

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has reaffirmed his support for a judicial inquiry into state capture, but has also explained why he is opposing a court application to force him to institute the commission of inquiry.

Gerrie Nel: 4 things needed to fight corruption in SA

2017-06-22 21:00

There are four things needed to fight corruption, according to former state prosecutor Gerrie Nel, now head of a private prosecutions unit.

Gerrie Nel: Impossible to link politics to private prosecution

2017-05-12 12:59

Advocate Gerrie Nel, who heads AfriForum’s private prosecutions unit, says he was initially unsure about the idea, adding that it is impossible to link political motives to private prosecution.

'I am afraid' – AfriForum member following education conference chaos

2017-03-18 15:42

University of Pretoria Afriforum campus coordinator Jaco Grobbelaar said he felt like his humanity was disregarded when the higher education national convention in Midrand was disrupted with calls for white people to leave.

Hasane mum on 'punish white people' tweet

2017-03-02 14:17

The department of sport and recreation's media spokesperson doesn't wish to comment on the tweet which sparked an outcry on social media this week.

Land reform is a political ploy

2017-02-26 06:29

In “Return land to the people” (City Press, February 19 2017), Deputy Minister Ayanda Dlodlo argued for the expropriation of white-owned land without compensation, writes Ernst Roets.

South Africans have double standards when it comes to racism - AfriForum

2017-02-16 18:11

Lobby group AfriForum believes South Africans have double standards when it comes to the way they react to racist and hateful comments on social media.

O'Sullivan released from custody

2017-02-14 00:09

Forensic investigator Paul O'Sullivan has been released from custody following an order handed down by the High Court in Pretoria.

O'Sullivan's assistant held, driven in police van for hours - AfriForum

2017-02-10 22:29

Forensic investigator Paul O'Sullivan's assistant has been arrested, AfriForum says.

Nel’s move is a moot point

2017-02-05 05:58

Prosecutor’s shift to AfriForum should be seen in the broader context of the erosion of public trust in state institutions, writes Brutus Malada.


Solidarity and AfriForum to put a stop to political interference

2017-07-03 11:29

Solidarity and AfriForum are preparing to announce their plan to put a stop to political interference in sport.

Court ruling boosts Eskom power cut plan to collect fees

2017-05-25 20:29

Eskom says it feels vindicated after a court has dismissed applications by AfriForum and other businesses over the power utility’s scheduled electricity interruption.

Solidarity challenge quotas in sport before Labour Court

2017-05-02 13:21

Solidarity and AfriForum have announced their next step in their battle against unbecoming interference in sport.

Interdict granted against EFF inciting land grabs - AfriForum

2017-03-07 13:11

Afriforum and its business wing AfriBusiness have been granted a high court interdict against Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema prohibiting him and his party from inciting illegal land grabs.

AfriForum calls for sacking of sports ministry’s media man

2017-02-28 21:52

AfriForum has for called for the dismissal of the media and communications manager of the department of sport and recreation over a racist post.

O'Sullivan wants IPID to probe team that arrested him

2017-02-17 19:36

Forensic investigator Paul O'Sullivan has asked the IPID to probe the police team that arrested him.

O'Sullivan's assistant's case postponed

2017-02-14 10:39

The court case against investigator Paul O'Sullivan's assistant, Sarah-Jane Trent, who was arrested last week, has been postponed to May for further investigation.

AS IT HAPPENED: O’Sullivan assistant released

2017-02-12 19:24

Forensic investigator Paul O'Sullivan's assistant who was arrested has been released at the North Gauteng High Court.

In politics, perception is reality, Adv Nel

2017-02-07 08:27

Gerrie Nel is going to have an uphill battle to convince SA that the people he will prosecute weren't chosen by his employer with its set of political prejudices, writes Max du Preez.

WATCH: It was right to televise the Oscar trial - Gerrie Nel

Watch as Gerrie Nel reflects on the Oscar Pistorius case. He talks about why it was important for the case to be televised and why he did not celebrate after the case.

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