Lingerie model Candice Swanepoel plans to sue Finance Minister Tito Mboweni for an amount of R1b. The model claims that it is thanks to Mboweni and SARS' interference that her relationship with millionaire Saad Hariri soured.
Public Enterprises Minister, Pravin Gordhan feels South Africans must not think corruption is over since state capture was uncovered. The minister says the 'corruption culture' is far from being over and done with.
The Economic Freedom Fighters' Deputy President, Floyd Shivambu, told the African National Congress' Chief Whip, Jackson Mthembu, to see a psychiatrist. Shivambu said this in response to Mthembu's defence of Minister Gordhan.
President Ramaphosa's controversial decision to keep Minister Bathabile Dlamini has upset many South Africans. It was expected Ramaphosa would remove Dlamini during his Cabinet reshuffle, but that didn't happen.
Pravin Gordhan arrived at the Brooklyn Police Station on Monday morning, where he will open three criminal charges against the EFF's leader, Julius Malema. Gordhan has been under attack from the EFF for months now.
SA's president has called on the country to support Pravin Gordhan and others who stand up against corruption. The president says South Africa should protect Gordhan and anyone else who bravely stood up against corruption.
Jackson Mthembu, Chief Whip of the ANC, says the ruling party should have defended Public Enterprises Minister, Pravin Gordhan, a long time ago.This comes after the EFF has intensified its attacks against the minister.
President Ramaphosa's choice of Minister for Environmental Affairs didn't go down so well with South Africans. His choice, Nomvula Mokonyane, has a history of failing as a minister and people don't have faith in her abilities.
Reports indicate that Malusi Gigaba was given orders to step down as Home Affairs Minister. It is believed these orders came from President Ramaphosa. Gigaba resigned as Minister just a day before the president was to take action.
The ANC is filled with members that met with the corruption-accused Gupta family. It almost seems impossible to find a member of the ruling party that did not hang out with the Guptas. At least 7 ANC members already admitted to it
Malusi Gigaba has resigned as Minister of Home Affairs, one day before Ramaphosa was set to take action against him. Blade Nzimande will be acting as Minister of Home Affairs until Gigaba's replacement has been chosen.
Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma admitted that she met with the controversial and corruption-accused Gupta family. She's yet another Member of Parliament that admitted to having some sort of relationship with the family.
Home Affairs Minister, Malusi Gigaba, has the support of his home village. Malusi has been making news headlines as he is involved in controversial political drama. The people who grew up with him say they will stand by him.
Tito Mboweni, South Africa's Finance Minister recently shared tweets that did not sit well with South Africans. In his tweets, Mboweni threatened war against editors, saying "If needs be, we will be forced into the fight, War!”
The Gupta-Zuma network - also known as the Zupta network - has taken such control of SA that it's hard to find a government official who was not involved in state capture in some way or another. So, how guilty is Minister Gigaba?
The EFF spoke out against Minister Pravin Gordhan once again. This time they accuse him of being in the pockets of the Gupta family and being a manipulator. According to the EFF, Gordhan is an accomplice to the family's activities
Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba, apologised for his offensive gesture towards EFF's Mbuyiseni Ndlozi. Gigaba waved his pinky at Ndlozi, hinting that he was better endowed than a much smaller People's Bae.
Home Affairs Minister, Malusi Gigaba is refusing to walk away from the ANC without a fight. Gigaba says there will be 'hell to pay' if he does end up getting the boot. According to Gigaba, there is an entire plot to oust him.
Home Affairs Minister, Malusi Gigaba, says he's under attack from forces who want to prevent him from becoming the next president. Gigaba says he will fight back against his 'hard-working enemies' and won't quit as minister.
Minister Malusi Gigaba says he will not resign unless the president asks him to. This comes as pressure is mounting against Gigaba after it was found he lied under oath, He is convinced that there is a huge plot to get rid of him.
South Africa's Home Affairs Minister, Malusi Gigaba, refuses to step down as minister. According to Gigaba, there is a plot to get rid of him. He was also accused of lying under oath and a personal video of him was leaked.
Minister Zweli Mkhize says he did not know of the fraud and corruption at the heart of the VBS Mutual Bank. Mkhize also says he doesn't remember the R2 million donation that the ANC allegedly received from the bank in 2016.