ARTICLES RELATING TO CORRUPTION

We need a new electoral system to transform SA - Mcebisi Jonas

2019-10-23 22:11

Former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas says South Africa needs a new electoral system to transform itself.

Terry Crawford-Browne: No greater place than SA to live

2019-10-21 09:13

There is far, far too much Afro-pessimism plus nonsensical assumptions that any place but South Africa is better, writes Terry Crawford-Browne.

Police warn 'no payment required' in recruitment drive after 2 arrested for corruption

2019-10-19 19:08

No payment is required at any stage of the police's recruitment application process, Gauteng police have said after two people were arrested this week on corruption charges.

IPID cases 'cover-up': Viewfinder responds to Robert McBride

2019-10-18 17:40

Robert McBride wrote an article in Daily Maverick criticising Viewfinder's exposé titled IPID’s cover-up of police brutality in SA. This is Viewfinder's response.

11 employees of a Limpopo vehicle testing station, including the owner, nabbed for alleged fraud

2019-10-16 17:13

Eleven employees of a vehicle testing station in Limpopo, including the owner, have been arrested for allegedly issuing fraudulent roadworthy certificates.

The wheels of justice must turn unhindered - Lamola

2019-10-16 14:21

Minister of Justice Ronald Lamola says the ultimate test of SA's resolve against corruption lies firmly in the ability of the criminal justice system to ensure those who have ploughed state coffers are held accountable.

Zuma has not paid back millions in legal fees owed to the state

2019-10-15 20:32

No monies have been recouped by the state from former president Jacob Zuma relating to his long-standing legal woes, the Department of Justice has told News24.

'We have been ready for 14 years' - Zuma's lawyer as they plan appeal bid

2019-10-15 15:56

Former president Jacob Zuma has, once again, bought himself some time after indicating that he intends to file an application for leave to appeal the dismissal of his permanent stay of prosecution bid.

EXTRACT | A House Divided: 'De Lille wanted things done, even if she had to bend the rules'

2019-10-15 08:53

De Lille's lead­ership style and her efforts to centralise power in her office sowed unhappiness and growing concern. 'It didn't matter what you said, you weren't going to convince her. In the end, her stubborn­ness counted against her.'

Ramaphosa says state capture cost SA more than R500bn, overseas criminals will be brought to book

2019-10-14 12:04

"I am more confident that I have been in the past that the NPA will be going after those complicit in criminal activity. Whether in country or outside country."

 

The poison of state capture still lingers on - retired Constitutional Court justice Johann Kriegler

2019-10-23 18:46

Retired Constitutional Court Justice Johann Kriegler says it is dangerous to view state capture as something which only relates to former president Jacob Zuma and his relationship with the controversial Gupta family.

Lebanon is swarming with protests that began over a proposed R2,96 WhatsApp tax but have since spiralled into chaos

2019-10-21 09:03

People initially flooded the streets of cities like Beirut and Tripoli against a proposed tax but soon pushed back on wider issues like corruption.

VBS saga: Parliamentary committee hears about lack of action from municipalities

2019-10-18 18:58

The impact of the VBS Mutual Bank saga on implicated municipalities in Limpopo was laid bare during a week-long visit by the cooperative governance and traditional affairs parliamentary committee.

Ace Magashule's son forcefully removed from Gupta house - report

2019-10-18 13:20

The son of ANC secretary general Ace Magashule, Tshepiso has been forcefully removed from one of the houses belonging to the controversial Gupta family in Saxonwold, Johannesburg.

Mmusi Maimane: No confidence vote in Nelson Mandela Bay a chance to clear out the 'Coalition of Corruption'

2019-10-16 16:27

We have an opportunity to take back NMB from the criminals who are bleeding it dry. The scheduled motion of no confidence in the mayor is a chance to restore dignity to the people of the city, writes Mmusi Maimane.

Almost 190 workers in the Gauteng health dept doing business with govt, 158 face disciplinary hearings

2019-10-15 21:29

About 158 workers from the Gauteng Department of Health are facing disciplinary hearings for allegedly doing business with government.

Gauteng cop arrested for selling SAPS recruitment forms

2019-10-15 17:41

Gauteng police have nabbed one of their own for allegedly selling SAPS recruitment forms in Florida, west of Johannesburg.

Jacob Zuma to appeal stay of prosecution judgment, corruption trial postponed to 2020

2019-10-15 11:42

Former president Jacob Zuma's fraud and corruption trial has been postponed to February 2020 for pre-trial proceedings.

Ralph Mathekga: Political party members must expose the corrupt among their leaders

2019-10-15 08:50

As the nation's war on corruption takes off, it will be naïve to expect those who are implicated to fold their hands and wait for their execution, writes Ralph Mathekga.

Floyd Shivambu used VBS 'slush funds' to pay for his lifestyle - report

2019-10-14 08:55

EFF deputy leader Floyd Shivambu was the directing hand behind two companies managed by his brother, using money stolen from the now collapsed VBS Mutual Bank to fund his lifestyle, according to a report.

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