Zuma has until November 30 to make submissions about corruption charges

The National Prosecuting Authority will decide whether to reinstate the 783 corruption charges on representations not previously considered

Molefe should never have had an Eskom pension, fund’s head tells MPs

Parliament’s inquiry into state capture hears how Eskom bought 13 years of extra service for its disgraced CEO

It is gossip, spokesperson says about rumours Zuma might fire Ramaphosa

Asked in Parliament on Thursday whether he might be axed, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa said only that he would accept Jacob Zuma’s decision if he ...

NEWS ANALYSIS: Probes by UK watchdogs and FBI into Gupta dealings a game changer

Business Day understands US and UK authorities have begun preparations to seize bank accounts and confiscate properties linked to the Guptas, write Genevieve ...

Joe Maila, spokesperson for Aaron Motsoaledi, has died

Maila had served as a spokesperson for the Department of Health since May 2012, and he is survived by his wife and two children

Veteran to succeed Pali Lehohla as Stats SA chief

Risenga Maluleke, who has been with the statistics agency for 20 years, is a trusted partner and ‘servant leader’, says Lehohla

Ramaphosa is scathing about state capture and corruption

The deputy president says public servants are ‘the first line of defence in protecting our state’ and that he no longer wants the world to view SA ...

SIPHO PITYANA: SA is nearing a watershed — if the ANC conference happens

An emphatic rejection of Zuma and the looters could strengthen democracy, or the Zuma faction could consolidate its power, writes Sipho Pityana

Hawks expects breakthrough in the SA’s largest data leak case

The Hawks’ cyber-crime unit is investigating how more than 60-million South Africans’ private data was leaked to a leading real estate site

Evidence leader at Koko hearing had Eskom business ties

The lawyer leading evidence at the Koko hearing owns shares in firm that pursued Eskom joint venture

Labour federations and unions move to secure PIC funds

Proposed measures include an amendment to the Public Investment Corporation Act of 2004 to ensure the inclusion of representatives of trade unions

EDITOR’S LUNCHBOX: The nation’s fixer-upper, SAA, will be a harder task than Telkom

In its defence, says the ANC in KwaZulu-Natal, they’re not the only party involved in political assassinations. Good for you.

NATASHA MARRIAN: Spy reports are Zuma’s wrecking balls

‘It is clear in the ANC’s 2017 leadership battle that intelligence-run interference is rife’

Fourth clean audit running for Department of Sport and Recreation

‘It is not easy to receive a clean audit and recognition should be granted to all departments that strive to ensure that happens’

NEWS ANALYSIS: Leaked data: 60-million records might have been online for years

Initially thought to be 30-million records, the data is now offline as South Africans start worrying about identity theft affecting them, writes Toby Shapshak

EDITORIAL: SAA could yet emulate Telkom

‘The big question now is whether Gigaba and his colleagues have the stomach to give the new board, and new management, the space to do what needs to be ...

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