NPA's Shaun Abrahams decides to prosecute Jacob Zuma

Abrahams's decision comes after the Supreme Court of Appeal upheld a high court ruling that the 2009 decision to drop the charges was irrational

ANC has confidence in justice system as Zuma set to face trial

But Mokotedi Mphse still says he was right to drop charges in 2009

Vindicated DA says ‘accountability starts now’ with Zuma to stand trial

And the UDM says NDPP Shaun Abrahams has ‘finally manned up’ — and De Lille can't wait to testify

ANALYSIS: Has a month of Ramaphosa saved SA from a Moody’s downgrade?

Ratings agency Moody’s, with a downgrade review on SA since November, is to make a decision by March 23

Closure in the Life Esidimeni saga to be received on Monday

Judge Dikgang Moseneke will announce how much families and survivors will be compensated on Monday; they have asked for R1.5m

Schabir Shaik subpoenaed to testify in Zuma’s trial

Shaik would not comment on Abrahams’s announcement‚ as he remains on medical parole, but maintains he made hundreds of payments to Zuma

Malema will not appear in court over charges of call to invade unoccupied land

The Newcastle court manager confirmed the matter was not proceeding on Friday and would be adjourned

NPA says police officer lied to Marikana inquiry about order to shoot miners in the back

An indictment filed in court on Thursday says Salmon Vermaak’s order resulted in the death of Pumzile Sokanyile‚ a father of five who was shot in ...

Tom Moyane said to have allowed R70m in VAT refunds to go to Guptas

Scorpio investigative team reports the SARS commissioner allegedly put pressure on officials to pay the money into the account of a third party for the benefit ...

Old Mutual split heralds end of an era

The group posts a 22% increase in adjusted operating profit and confirms that self-standing companies will list soon

Persistent Eskom brings fresh charges against whistle-blower Suzanne Daniels

Four days after a CCMA ruling that the utility must reinstate Suzanne Daniels, the power utility levelled new charges against her

Vele withdraws its challenge to VBS curatorship

Vele director Maanda Manyatshe says after meeting Treasury officials ‘parties will opt for an amicable resolution’

Murray & Roberts secures R3.8bn in new mining projects

The construction and engineering group’s share price went up 7.42% on the news, with the company now valued at R4.6bn

Patrice Motsepe’s African Rainbow Minerals to pay its first interim dividend

The mining group reported a profit of R1.9bn from a loss of R283m, it had included several one-off write-downs in the year-earlier period

NATASHA MARRIAN: Rogues no longer in vogue for Moyane

The change in power in South Africa has certainly changed SARS commissioner Tom Moyane’s attitude. But it’s too little, too late

Use of K word is puzzle for court to solve

It is one of the crucial areas of debate about the highly contested Prevention and Combating of Hate Crimes and Hate Speech Bill

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