They used to provide muscle for the family. Now they've opened up about trips to Zuma's guesthouse, visiting dignitaries and bags of cash.
Public Investment Corporation head Daniel Matjila has denied that the ANC is trying to get the PIC to sell its Vodacom shares to a BEE consortium.
A consortium of banks that were repaid R2.7bn in company debt were the ultimate winners in the sale of Optimum to the Gupta family and Duduzane Zuma.
The melting Arctic ice is forcing them to swim far further than usual to find food, causing a loss of body fat and threatening the lives of cubs.
If there are hung local councils after the August 3 elections, minnow parties could play kingmakers.
Profound changes in weather means yields are lower, tea's taste is altered and income is reduced.
David Beresford was known and admired by his peers for his dedication to the craft of journalism.
Prince has grown with Jo'burg's urban art scene and had earned his royal moniker by the time the millennium hit.
Commissions of inquiry rarely live up to the expectations of those who have demanded their establishment.
It's a fallacy that players of colour can only be nurtured at elite academies. Some of our most gifted cricketers have emerged from state schools.
Transformation isn’t just a sporting issue; it’s a social, cultural and historical one – something the minister has failed to grasp.
The fickle nature of commodities is shown starkly in the Northern Cape town of Kathu, whose fortunes rise and fall with the iron ore price.
The DA is evading to address the issue of whether secret Freemasonry membership can mix with transparent candidate list procedures.
Labelling aid organisations as secret spy operations is not just nonsense, it can also cost people's lives.
New research suggests that smokers who lose their jobs spend more time unemployed than nonsmokers, although the reasons are unknown.
Wits Theatre director Gitanjali Pather has asked the public prosecutor to investigate the "missing" Culture and Creative Industries Federation money.
The lofty hopes of the iconic document rang hollow for many on Freedom Day, particularly in Kliptown.
Despite a frightening list of problems there is confidence that Rio will be ready for the Olympic Games – but long-term benefits are in doubt.
We trace Zuma's path to the latest judgment on whether he should be prosecuted on corruption charges relating to the arms deal and spy tapes.