We're safe under the State Security Agency, but intelligence is lacking, says minister.
Acting judge slams inept home affairs officials for 'deplorable' way in which they dealt with asylum application.
The leaked 'spy cables' published this week have SA's intelligence community tying itself in speculative knots.
The report suggests South Africa is seeking closer ties with Russia on integration of the Condor project with another system being developed.
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Spook action at a distance: From Mossad agents and jams to assassination plots and plagiarism.
"What hurts is that my government might have been engaging in surveillance on me and may have shared that, upon request, with South Korea," he said.
While some such as the RAF and Tisa have welcomed Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene's new budget plans, others are not so happy.
An investigation into the leaking of classified security documents by broadcaster Al Jazeera is under way, says State Security Minister David Mahlobo.
SA's intelligence service relied on a spy close to Russia to find out details about its own government's involvement in a $100-million satellite deal.
The group handed over a nine-page memorandum demanding a people's budget, decided by the people to end gender-based violence and load-shedding.
The finance minister announced treasury’s intention to reduce the main budget expenditure ceiling by R25-billion over the next two years.
Aside from the usual rise in sin taxes, petrol, electricity and income tax are going up, while small businesses are getting some reprieve.
Here are 7 things you need to know about SA’s intelligence services, in the wake of details from spy cables released by Al-Jazeera and The Guardian.
Oscar Pistorius's lawyers have applied for leave to appeal Judge Masipa's decision to allow the state to appeal his conviction.
According to leaked secret intelligence documents, Dlamini-Zuma allegedly faced "an eminent threat" to her life in Addis Ababa in 2012.
South Africa’s government scrambled on Tuesday to deal with the fallout of the worst intelligence leak in its two-decade democratic history.
New provincial ANC Youth League chairperson Muhammad Khalid Sayed says blacks should have confidence that they can govern the province.
The public needs to know that the disciplinary hearings of department of public works employees are legitimate.