In today's headlines: Shaik backtracks on need for medical parole, there's unrest among eThekwini's ANC members & the SSA won't comment sensitive documents leaked to Al Jazeera.

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Jackie Selebi dies

2015-01-23 11:07

Former national police commissioner Jackie Selebi has died aged 64, the ANC has confirmed.

ANC’s hysterical reaction symptomatic of crisis

2014-08-25 12:10

The ANC’s hysterical reaction after my column on President Jacob Zuma's bad leadership is symptomatic of an organisation in crisis, says Adriaan Basson .

E-tolls - A wake-up call for voters

2013-10-21 14:01

A Fin24 users says the e-toll saga should serve as a reminder for voters as they head to polls that the government does not put the interest of the public first.

Shaik denies assault on caddie

2013-10-15 14:53

Convicted fraudster Schabir Shaik has denied the latest allegation of assault on a caddie, claiming that the caddies were being used by people who wanted him back in jail.

Schabir Shaik gives Jackie Selebi advice

2013-10-08 08:36

Disgraced former police commissioner Jackie Selebi is a “walking time bomb” due to his health, and should seek “self-introspection”, says fellow medical parolee Schabir Shaik.

Shaik: Pills keep me going

2013-08-21 09:07

Convicted fraudster Schabir Shaik says that hypertension medication is keeping him alive - four years after he was released on medical parole.

Relative reveals Maharaj's 'dirty secret'

2013-02-01 08:25

The sister-in-law of presidential spokesperson Mac Maharaj has revealed that she knew about alleged corrupt payments made into a secret Swiss bank account.

Witnesses forget, says IFP of arms deal

2013-01-17 22:09

The IFP says allegations against the Seriti commission simply means that the public will never get the truth about the arms deal.

Zuma 'not suitable' president

2012-12-07 16:28

President Jacob Zuma must take a leave of absence until his name has been cleared, the DA says.


Schabir Shaik wants normal parole

2015-02-23 18:08

Six years after convicted fraudster Schabir Shaik was released on medical parole, apparently terminally ill, he has applied for ordinary parole, Minister Michael Masutha says.

Arms deal memory may be hazy - Shaik

2014-11-10 13:34

The recollection of events by SANDF chief of acquisitions during the arms deal period Shamin "Chippy" Shaik may not be correct, the Seriti Commission of Inquiry has heard.

Arms deal cases 'disappeared' - De Lille

2014-07-24 15:57

Charges laid against some individuals by Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille were never followed up and disappeared, she has told the Seriti Commission of Inquiry.

Shaik says he's no Chuck Norris

2013-10-15 21:53

Shaik says he plays golf all over KZN but only has a problem with caddies at Papwa.

Schabir Shaik accused of assaulting caddie

2013-10-14 08:11

Convicted fraudster Schabir Shaik has again been accused of assault, after he allegedly hit a caddie with a golf club while playing golf in Durban, according to a report.

Lawyer defends Zuma's integrity

2013-08-23 17:38

Allegations that President Jacob Zuma is corrupt are untrue and uncalled for, his lawyer has told the Western Cape High Court.

Maharaj, wife deny kickback claims

2013-02-01 09:51

Presidential spokesperson Mac Maharaj and his wife Zarina have denied an allegation that they took bribes for a 1990s tender for new drivers' licences.

Arms commission to react on allegations

2013-01-21 21:25

The Seriti commission probing the arms deal will respond to allegations contained in a resignation letter by a senior investigator.

Money was for Zuma's kids - Shaik

2012-12-14 10:59

The millions of rands Schabir Shaik gave President Jacob Zuma was for the "upkeep and education" of his children, the convicted fraudster says.

Nkandla 'born in arms deal sin'

2012-12-07 12:24

The initial upgrade of President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla homestead was funded by donations and arms deal-related payments when it was clear that Zuma didn't have the funds to pay for it, a forensic audit report has revealed.

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