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Deputy President David Mabuza has appointed controversial former crime intelligence boss Mulangi Mphego as his special advisor.
Former president Jacob Zuma's legal team is expected to make representations as it seeks to review a decision that there was no reason for him not to stand trial.
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.
The National Director of Public Prosecutions will confirm his decision relating to the corruption charges against Jacob Zuma to his lawyers and the affected parties, the NPA has announced.
It is the DA's fault that the state has to keep coughing up for his defence in court, says President Jacob Zuma.
The NPA has told President Jacob Zuma that he has until the end of November to make new representations as to why he should not face corruption charges.
As the SCA points out in its judgment, Zuma and his lawyers have done everything in their power to prevent the president having his day in court and would have to answer to the charges levelled against him, says Pierre de Vos.
City Press headlines this week explored what repercussions, if any, President Jacob Zuma faces in the "spy tapes" saga, how R200m was wasted through bungled tender processes and Baleka Mbete rejecting claims she protects Zuma.
With a possible four-year trial delay and President Jacob Zuma starting a fresh round of appeals, the case looks set to drag on indefinitely, highly placed sources have revealed.
The ANC needs to put deep thought into its decision on whether to continue with President Jacob Zuma at the helm of the party and the country, says ANC veteran Siphiwe Nyanda.
The case against Jacob Zuma, which sees the former president facing charges of fraud, corruption, money laundering and racketeering, has been provisionally postponed until November 30. Zuma addressed supporters outside court afterwards.
National Prosecuting Authority boss Shaun Abrahams has announced that prosecuting authorities intend to proceed against former president Jacob Zuma with charges of corruption, fraud, money laundering and racketeering. When and how did the saga begin?
If Abrahams had any shred of decency, he would have waited for the Constitutional Court to rule whether he should be in his job before making the announcement. But he is too arrogant for that, writes Adriaan Basson.
The National Prosecuting Authority has been unable to confirm whether President Jacob Zuma has provided reasons for why he should not be prosecuted for corruption.
President Jacob Zuma says it would be "irrational and unconstitutional" to remove National Director of Public Prosecutions Shaun Abrahams from his post.
Through its inaction, the judiciary runs the risk of being viewed by the citizenry as condoning Zuma’s efforts to avoid justice, writes Max du Preez.
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 Thabo Mbeki Foundation says it is has renewed hope following the Supreme Court of Appeals' judgment in the spy tapes saga against President Jacob Zuma.
It is in the best interest of the country that President Jacob Zuma clears his name in court, says the Federation of Unions of South Africa.
Judgment handed down by the Supreme Court of Appeal in the spy tapes matter was hardly surprising, says a legal expert.
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