A bad week for Julius Malema

The EFF justifies its unbecoming behaviour by claiming, implausibly, that there’s a plot by white guards to assassinate Malema

A bad week for Zweli Mkhize

Co-operative governance & traditional affairs minister Zweli Mkhize is the latest ANC bigwig implicated in high-level corruption and impropriety

A bad week for Helen Zille

Her call for a tax revolt if those implicated in corruption and state capture aren’t prosecuted, and soon, threatens to present the DA with another crisis

A bad week for Bosasa’s Gavin Watson

One of the Watson brothers who made a name for themselves promoting nonracial rugby under apartheid, now finds himself seriously offside for alleged corruption ...

A good week for Enoch Godongwana

ANC head of economic transformation could make a career of correcting the cringeworthy comments by the party about nationalising the Reserve Bank

A bad week for Food Lover’s Market CEO Brian Coppin

It’s the stuff of retail nightmares — a video goes viral of rats crawling over your supposedly ‘fresh salads’ in your store

A bad week for Pule Mabe

Having survived allegations that he was involved in a corrupt R49m tender in the North West, ANC spokesperson Pule Mabe is again in the dwang

A bad week for Julius Malema

Report reveals that Malema and his family live in a home owned by alleged tobacco smuggler Adriano Mazzotti

A bad week for Bathabile Dlamini

After she survived another call for her dismissal, minister of women Bathabile Dlamini’s relationship with the media was dealt a blow

A bad week for Momentum CEO Hillie Meyer

The backlash on social media was clearly too much to bear: people were threatening to cancel their policies

A bad week for Tito Mboweni

The finance minister ought to be more focused on trying to fix the country’s economic and unemployment crisis

A good week for Raymond Suttner

Raymond Suttner will finally graduate at UCT after it invited the former anti-apartheid political prisoner to resubmit his banned thesis

A bad week for KPMG SA’s Wiseman Nkuhlu

KPMG SA executive chair Wiseman Nkuhlu says the company is disappointed to lose Nedbank as a client, but remains proud of its work

A bad week for Timothy Omotoso

The charismatic revivalist pastor failed in his bid to get judge Mandela Makaula to recuse himself

A bad week for Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman

The Jamal Khashoggi affair has exposed the dark side of Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman

A bad week for Christo Wiese

Christo Wiese, whose empire came crumbling down in December over accounting ‘irregularities’ at Steinhoff, has been dealt another blow