Motsoaledi applauds arrest of OR Tambo immigration official for alleged R100 000 bribe

2020-01-17 12:40

Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has welcomed the arrest of a Gauteng immigration official accused of corruption, extortion and defeating the ends of justice.

'Absolute nonsense!' - Van Loggerenberg denies claims of deals aimed at implicating former KZN police boss

2020-01-16 05:37

Retired Colonel Johannes van Loggerenberg has rubbished claims that deals were offered to implicate former police commissioner Mmamonnye Ngobeni in a criminal case against controversial businessman Thoshan Panday.

'Mama Gumede is an honest person' - support grows for former eThekwini mayor ahead of her court appearance

2020-01-15 05:50

Supporters of embattled former eThekwini mayor, Zandile Gumede, hope that the case against her will be kicked out, maintaining their belief that the tender corruption case is politically motivated.

WATCH | Residents of Jan Kempdorp near Kimberley have little hope in the ANC

2020-01-10 16:54

Tensions have flared at an ANC walkabout by secretary General Ace Magashule in Jan Kempdorp, sparked by tensions over corruption in the municipality

Angolan ex-president's family, 'richest woman in Africa' in crosshairs of anti-corruption probe

2020-01-03 06:18

Prosecutors in Angola have ramped up pressure on former President Jose Eduardo dos Santos's family, targeting his son and daughter in an escalating probe into corruption.

If 2019 was a bad year for Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane, 2020 could be worse

2020-01-01 09:52

While Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane weathered many a storm in 2019, there are dark clouds on the horizon for 2020.

Year of the Watson: Five Gavin Watson moments of 2019

2019-12-29 07:07

Former Bosasa boss Gavin Watson's dramatic and sudden death earlier this year sparked a frenzy among South Africans who immediately raised questions about how he died, if he really died, whether he was killed and if so, by whom.

Hawks deny news report claiming investigator Paul O'Sullivan assisted in arrest of ex-Eskom managers

2019-12-20 18:55

The Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (the Hawks) has denied a report claiming private forensic investigator Paul O'Sullivan assisted in the arrest of former Eskom executives.

Man who allegedly defrauded City of Tshwane of R53m gets R100 000 bail

2019-12-19 21:14

Ivo Gunter Wegrostek, 62, who allegedly stole R53m that was designated for the National Fund for Municipality Workers in the City of Tshwane Municipality, has appeared in the Pretoria Magistrate's Court.

Make extraditions easy, Lamola urges UN as SA fights to get Guptas back from Dubai

2019-12-19 14:23

South Africa is "concerned" that some countries have "mastered the art of delaying or refusing to ratify extradition treaties", Justice Minister Ronald Lamola has said.


'This could have been avoided' - Zondo halts Lebeya's testimony after questioning the nature of his evidence

2020-01-16 13:59

The testimony of Hawks boss Lieutenant General Godfrey Lebeya at the state capture inquiry has been halted, after questions were raised about whether his evidence falls under the commission's terms of reference.

Durban Solid Waste tender scandal: Proceeds of fraud closer to R389m, court hears

2020-01-15 15:52

The proceeds of fraud and corruption in the Durban Solid Waste tender are close to R389m, the State has alleged in the Durban Commercial Crimes Court.

De Lille eyes fraud charges over R76m price tag for state funerals of ANC veterans - report

2020-01-12 17:36

Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Patricia De Lille has instructed her officials to open fraud cases after the funeral and memorial services of ANC veterans cost taxpayers a whopping R76m, according to a report.

5 things to watch out for in Parliament in 2020

2020-01-05 10:00

Another turbulent year is expected for Parliament. Here are five of the issues the national legislature will grapple with this year.

Algeria's richest man walks free on time served after receiving 6-month sentence

2020-01-01 14:20

Algeria's richest man Issad Rebrab has walked free on time served after a court sentenced him to six months for tax, banking and customs offences.

Two Tshwane metro officers arrested for allegedly extorting bribes from motorists

2019-12-30 10:20

Two Tshwane metro police officers have been arrested for allegedly extorting bribes from motorists, according to the Road Traffic Management Corporation.

Guptas seeking to renew SA passports: 'No way', says Motsoaledi - report

2019-12-25 10:36

Minister of Home Affairs Aaron Motsoaledi said his department has blocked the Gupta family's attempts for an extension of their SA passports.

Jacob Zuma petitions SCA for leave to appeal stay of prosecution dismissal

2019-12-20 12:50

Former president Jacob Zuma has petitioned the Supreme Court of Appeal for leave to appeal the dismissal of his permanent stay of prosecution application.

How managers in the dock allegedly defrauded Eskom of R745m

2019-12-19 21:10

The state alleges it was an elaborate scheme that saw Eskom terminate a lawful contract in favour of companies paying bribes to its employees. The accused have not yet pleaded.

Cops arrest man for allegedly defrauding City of Tshwane of R53m, possible syndicate probed

2019-12-19 13:56

A 62-year-old man is expected to appear in the Pretoria Specialised Commercial Crimes Court for allegedly defrauding the City of Tshwane of R53m, which was earmarked for the National Fund for Municipality Workers.

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