Helen Zille: 10 years of court battles to 'Stop Zuma' finally pay off

2019-10-14 05:00

It is sobering to think that the "nine wasted Zuma years" (and an estimated $50bn lost to corruption) might have been avoided had he faced charges related to the arms deal earlier, writes Helen Zille.

NPA's decision not to prosecute me was rational - Zuma in court papers

2016-08-31 16:33

President Jacob Zuma has filed his replying affidavit to the Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein, challenging a court ruling that he should face corruption charges.

Spy tapes judgment reserved

2016-06-10 14:55

The DA’s seven-year battle to have President Jacob Zuma stand trial on corruption charges will drag on for a bit longer after the High Court in Pretoria reserved judgment in the matter.

Reinstate corruption charges against Zuma – deputy minister in Cabinet

2016-05-02 10:15

A top SA Communist Party and Cabinet member has urged that arms deal corruption charges be reinstated against President Jacob Zuma.

DA's Jiba challenge postponed after judge's mom dies

2016-02-02 11:06

The DA's application to have deputy national director of public prosecutions Nomgcobo Jiba suspended has been called off because the judge's mother has died.

Spy tapes: I didn't delay Zuma prosecution, says Mpshe

2015-06-30 16:09

Former chief prosecutor Mokotedi Mpshe insists it was not his decision to delay the prosecution of President Jacob Zuma.

Mpshe declines to comment

2014-10-10 16:15

Former acting NPA boss Mokotedi Mpshe has declined to comment on reports that he was informed that the corruption case against President Jacob Zuma carried "utmost gravity".

Spy tapes: 'Enough evidence to review decision'

2014-09-08 10:15

There was "sufficient evidence" on the so-called spy tapes for a review application of the decision to withdraw corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma, DA leader Helen Zille says.

Arbitrator appointed in spy tape matter

2014-08-23 09:00

Legal teams representing the DA, President Jacob Zuma and the NPA have agreed on an arbitrator to review the full-set of the so-called spy tapes records, Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille said on Friday.

DA questions origin of spy tapes

2014-08-04 11:17

Former crime intelligence head Mulangi Mphego's concerns over the veracity of secret recordings of conversations that led to corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma being withdrawn, strengthens the case for them to be made public, the DA says.


Ngcuka, Msphe: Give Gerrie benefit of doubt

2017-02-01 17:22

Adv. Gerrie Nel’s move from the National Prosecuting Authority to lobby group AfriForum’s private prosecutions unit has been met with mixed reactions. Here’s what some of his peers had to say.

DA casts further doubt on Mpshe's reasoning on Zuma charges

2016-06-10 20:23

The Democratic Alliance has cast further doubt on former NPA head Mokotedi Mpshe's reasoning in deciding not to prosecute President Jacob Zuma seven years ago.

NPA expected to announce decision on 'spy tapes' judgment

2016-05-13 05:27

The NPA is expected to announce its decision regarding the High Court in Pretoria's “spy tapes” judgment.

Top tier DA officials to brief media on spy tapes

2016-02-29 07:16

The Democratic Alliance will brief the media on the status of the so-called “spy tapes” saga ahead of arguments due to be made before the North Gauteng High Court.

NPA files papers in 'spy tapes' case

2015-07-03 21:50

After repeated delays, the NPA has finally filed answering papers in the DA's bid to review the dropping of corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma.

Zuma's lawyers: Fraud and corruption case dead and buried

2015-06-22 18:47

President Jacob Zuma’s lawyers have said that the fraud and corruption case against him is dead and buried because the NPA formally withdrew all charges against him.

Ngcuka - Don't blame me

2014-10-05 18:20

The former national director of public prosecutions Bulelani Ngcuka has lashed out at suggestions that his conduct was to blame for the dropping of corruption charges against Jacob Zuma.

Zille: Spy tapes ruling important for democracy

2014-08-28 10:52

DA leader Helen Zille has lauded the Supreme Court of Appeal order that the so-called "spy tapes" be released, after opposition by President Jacob Zuma.

Spy tapes: Legal battles ‘point to cover-up’

2014-08-18 15:52

President Jacob Zuma's protracted legal attempts to prevent the release of the so-called spy tapes to the Democratic Alliance points to a cover-up, opposition leader Helen Zille says.

Former spy boss drops spy tapes bombshell

2014-08-03 13:01

Former spy boss Mulangi Mphego has dropped a bombshell, which could lead to charges of corruption reinstated against President Jacob Zuma, a report says.

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