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After declaring Eskom 'technically insolvent' and unlikely to see the end of April 2019, Pravin Gordhan promised heads would roll. The Public Enterprises Minister vowed that those responsible for the entity's failures would pay.
Statements recently uncovered could reveal how the state spent over R300 million on the Estina dairy scandal. The bank statements show how the majority of the funds had almost immediately been transferred overseas.
Prophet Mboro Motsoeneng attended the Pretoria court hearing of the Dros case today in a show of solidarity with the victim. The pastor was pleased that justice had prevailed and that the man was found fit to stand trial.
The man accused of raping a 7-year-old girl in the bathroom of a family restaurant in Pretoria has been declared fit to stand trial. This comes despite a history of mental illness, suicide attempts and substance abuse.
Finally arrests have been made in the BOSASA scandal. However, South African's were disappointed when it became clear Gavin Watson was not among those taken into custody. The nation was up in arms as they wondered where the CEO is
Pastor Shepherd Bushiri hosted a live broadcast last night, taking a moment to thank his supporters for their support during his arrest. During the broadcast, he claimed that an attempt had been made to murder Mary, his wife.
Yesterday the nation watched as arrests were finally made in connection to the BOSASA scandal. The Hawks are adamant that this is just the start for those found implicated in corruption. The suspects were released on R20 000 bail.
Barely a week into her new position as NPA boss and Shamila Batohi is already taking on the government. Batohi and the Minister of Justice are at odds over a dispute regarding the salaries of the nations top prosecuters.
The Hawks have finally made arrests in the BOSASA scandal and the nation has a lot to say. Some rejoiced at the news, while others were quick to express their disappointment. Briefly.co.za explores how SA feels.
The Hawks have confirmed that they have made seven arrests after investigations into the evidence submitted to the Zondo Commission. The suspects have been detained on charges of corruption, money laundering among others.
Shepherd and Mary Bushiri have been granted bail today. The couple, who were arrested on numerous charges, including fraud and money laundering, had their bail set at R100 000 each by the Specialised Commercial Crimes Court.
Zondo Commission hears testimony of how bribe money was allegedly delivered at BOSASA. Gregory Lawrence testified how he had worked for a catering company, who he claims had helped supply BOSASA with cash used as bribes.
Julius Malema's lawyer, Tumi Mokwena, has been accused of firing unprovoked shots at workers. The allegations were made by one of the workers on the Zebediela farm who lost his middle finger in the incident. Mokwena denies this
Shepherd Bushiri's problems have only just begun. The ECG pastor and his wife not only face serious criminal charges but stand to have their assets seized. A source close to the AFU has confirmed submitting this request.
Pravin Gordhan and Julius Malema are expected to appear before the Equality Court today to hash out criminal charges against Malema. This follows what the Minister felt was damaging and hateful comments made by the EFF leader.
South Africa is left reeled in the wake of Angelo Agrizzi's 9 day testimony before the Zondo Commission. The question now is: Was the ex-COO telling the truth? Or was everything he said motivated by racial hatred?
The ANC has lost its bid to reclaim their original website domain. The South African Institute of Intellectual Property Law ruled in favor of Unwembi Communications in the battle of nonpayment of hosting and developmental fees.
Mmusi Maimane is calling for the International Criminal Court to intervene in Zimbabwe. The Democratic Alliance leader is headed on a fact-finding mission to the embattled country, in the hopes of being able to lend a helping hand
Angelo Agrizzi might have concluded his testimony at the state capture inquiry but the fat lady hasn't sung yet. The SAHRC has announced it will be taking the ex-COO off to court for his racist rant, saying it cannot go unattended
Ex-president Jacob Zuma is relieved over the recent decision to provisionally drop charges against his son. Duduzane Zuma was facing down charges of corruption over an alleged R600 million bribe involving a Gupta brother.
The National Prosecuting Authority is expected to provisionally withdraw corruption charges against Duduzane Zuma. The ex-president's son faces charges relating to an alleged R600 million bribe offer put forward by a Gupta brother
Khulubuse Zuma's assets have been taken legal possession of after he failed to comply with an agreement with liquidators. Solidarity says the thousands of employees who are owed salaries will now finally be paid.
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