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The significance of pursuing Zuma cannot be exaggerated. This will serve as affirmation of our democracy being governed by the rule of law, writes Tebogo Khaas.
Convicted fraudster Schabir Shaik and French arms manufacturer Thales formed a common purpose to bribe former president Jacob Zuma through a series of payments, according to an indictment released by the National Prosecuting Authority.
What has become known as the "spy tapes" case, cast a pall over South African politics, with much of former president Jacob Zuma's attempts to avoid prosecution on 16 charges of corruption, fraud and racketeering believed to be behind many of his political machinations while he was in office.
'Witness X', Ajay Sooklal, has delivered testimony in the arms deal hearings and shedding light on the French arms company's involvement in the SA deal, as well as that of President Jacob Zuma and Schabir Shaik.
The Economic Freedom Fighters has defended Julius Malema’s statements about Indians, saying the party would never apologise for condemning oppression.
Controversial Durban businessman Schabir Shaik has lashed out at Julius Malema after he accused Indian businesses of exploitation and monopolising the KwaZulu-Natal economy.
Will the spy tapes saga extinguish President Jacob Zuma's political career, asks Lawson Naidoo.
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DA leader Mmusi Maimane called President Jacob Zuma a "sell-out" in his address on the motion of no confidence in the president.
Schabir Shaik has been asked to present details of his parole to an elite Durban country club as a condition for obtaining membership.
Former president Jacob Zuma should have been charged in 2005 alongside his financial advisor Schabir Shaik, his defence teams has argued in the KwaZulu-Natal High Court in Pietermaritzburg.
The same state advocate who successfully prosecuted fraudster Schabir Shaik will lead the corruption case against former president Jacob Zuma.
The two people who fought a brutal battle of nine years to bring Zuma closer to justice were veteran politicians Helen Zille and James Selfe, along with the late attorney Mervyn Smith, writes Adriaan Basson.
President Jacob Zuma wants to catch the wave of controversy surrounding KPMG to avoid his day in court. It's convenient. And desperate, writes Adriaan Basson.
The DA will petition Justice Minister Michael Masutha to seek a review of convicted fraudster Schabir Shaik’s medical parole.
Thursday. It’s the day after Daddy’s birthday and the day before the anniversary of the execution of one of my favourite revolutionaries, Jesus Christ, writes Paddy Harper .
President Jacob Zuma is innocent until proven guilty in the spy tapes saga and remains leader of the ANC, the party in KwaZulu-Natal says.
President Jacob Zuma’s former financial advisor Schabir Shaik is talking to his legal team in the wake of the findings of the arms deal inquiry commission, it has been reported.
Schabir Shaik has taken to Facebook to speak about friendship and false promises, in a post that many believe is about current president Jacob Zuma.
Convicted fraudster Schabir Shaik has sidestepped a question on whether he in fact swore at and threatened a News24 reporter, saying he is living a quiet life and that he is harassed by journalists.
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