The NPA's suspended integrity management unit (IMU) head Prince Mokotedi plans to resign on August 1, the prosecuting authority said.
The public outcry about the Arms Deal is not just rumour and allegation. Here are seven inconvenient facts for those who say, "Where is the evidence?"
The ruling party has quashed a motion to discuss the president's private home, prompting the DA to invoke the prospect of judicial adjudication.
Lonmin is accused of deliberately changing records to conceal that their security personnel had fired shots at strikers.
The DA will submit written questions to Siyabonga Cwele over his appointment of Jacob Zuma’s daughter to a powerful ministry position at just 25.
A Lonmin security officer has told the Farlam commission that security forces had been frustrated by the lack of police ahead of the Marikana strike.
The controversial practice of powerful politicians and their families doing business with the state is likely to come to an end soon.
The controversial practice of powerful politicians and their families doing business with the state is soon to come to an end.
Allegations of corruption involving ANC Gauteng Chief Whip Brian Hlongwa have been referred to the party's integrity committee.
The M&G's report that Jacob Zuma's daughter landed a cushy government job created a heated public debate. We round up the best arguments - and jokes.
A member of Lonmin's tactical response unit has told the Farlam commission that stopping the approximately 3 000 protesters was impossible.
After the previous committee was disbanded, an ad-hoc committee will be established to consider Jacob Zuma's response to Thuli Madonsela's report.
A DA MP has claimed that South Africa's new police minister dropped out of high school and has no further education. Only part of the claim is true.
As the Palestinian death toll in Gaza rises, the position of local Jewish organisations on the Israel-Palestine conflict has been spotlighted.
Numsa says its NEC has agreed to consult members on the wage offer in the metal sector.
Millions have been paid out to the about 400 public servants who are currently on paid suspensions, according to a newspaper report.
Apartheid-era assassin Eugene de Kock has "served his time", according to former TRC deputy chairperson Alex Boraine.
Over a quarter of Cabinet have ties to private business interests, a media report said on Sunday.
Julius Malema told supporters at the party's first anniversary celebrations in Soweto that the EFF was already "playing in the big leagues".