It's evident authorities released the accused before he should've been and once released, lost track of him, writes Mandy Wiener.
A Limpopo nurse has appeared in court on charges of fraud, after allegedly posing as a lawyer and offering to assist a patient injured in a car accident.
The nettle must be grasped and the bloated labour force that imperils efficiency and economic sustainability in the utility addressed. Eskom has more than 48 000 workers on its payroll, writes Ghaleb Cachalia.
A business executive at the Office of the Auditor-General is expected to testify before the state capture commission that the AG found SAA in a "shambolic state".
More than 20 civil society groups submit their recommendations to the Zondo commission on how to reform the state and private sectors in the wake of state capture.
An engineer at Mhlathuze Water, whose board was chaired by former SAA head Dudu Myeni, used the bank accounts of a company that provided JoJo Tanks to Nkandla to move funds, the state capture commission of inquiry has heard.
EFF leader Julius Malema believes that although former president Jacob Zuma must bring himself before the court of law on the charges he faces, he is too old go to jail.
Isabel dos Santos has been accused of looting state resources worth billions of dollars.
ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule has said power corrupts, and the party needs to ensure a strong position against it.
Two police officers are sentenced to 10 years in jail each for their role in drug-running in Cape Town, the National Prosecuting Authority says.
Freedom Under Law (FUL) has welcomed the withdrawal of charges against three former senior SARS officials, who were accused of being involved in the so-called rogue unit, adding it is good news for the country and rule of law.
Former president Jacob Zuma has landed at OR Tambo International Airport.
High-profile ANC politicians again have come out to support corruption-accused ANC MP Bongani Bongo for an appearance in the Cape Town Magistrate's Court.
So far state-owned enterprises Eskom and Transnet have recovered over R2.3bn that was lost through corruption, President Cyril Ramaphosa has said.
Former Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba will consult lawyers about pursuing private prosecutions, saying the National Prosecuting Authority is failing South Africans.
Eskom’s new CEO, Andre de Ruyter, has cracked the whip at the troubled power utility, extending lifestyle audits to lower level staff, in a renewed push to clean up graft and wastage.
Sam “Mshengu” Chabalala expected back in court next week after he allegedly tried to bribe a senior police officer in Mpumalanga.
The presidency, under Jacob Zuma, was the least trusted institution in 2017, while in 2019, under Ramaphosa, levels of public confidence in the presidency doubled, writes Mikhail Moosa.
In a statement, the party's constituency head and MP for George, Geordin Hill-Lewis, said the action against the mayor came after the findings of a forensic investigation into allegations of fraud, corruption, maladministration and serious malpractice within the George Municipality.
The state capture inquiry is continuing to hear SAA-related evidence from Nontsasa Memela, the former head of procurement at South African Airways Technical.
As long as politicians continue to set the rules for dealing with their corrupt colleagues, friends, family and business associates, nothing will change, writes Herman Mashaba.
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