Inordinate delays to urgent litigation that is in the public interest must be reduced, if not eliminated, writes Paul Hoffman.
Prosecutions director Jiba apparently uses a 'go-to guy' to handle tricky political situations.
The suspended IPID boss appears set to accuse minister of having ulterior motives
A report alleging police watchdog Robert McBride tampered with the findings of a probe into the rendition of Zimbabweans has been handed to the NPA.
Lingering suspicions are extremely damaging to Sars, one of the few state institutions to have retained a reputation for integrity.
The public has every right to know why the head of the Hawks resigned and what the terms were.
Hawks chief Anwa Dramat has quit after a long-running legal battle following his suspension for alleged involvement in the rendition of Zimbabweans.
Anwa Dramat is holding out for more but police watchdog head Robert McBride is fighting back.
Winter is coming and the House of Eskom struggles to ward off the darkness.
The four are suspected of being involved in the illegal rendition of Zimbabweans in 2010 - the same as Shadrack Sibiya and Anwa Dramat.
Judge Elias Matojane said the suspension served on Major-General Shadrack Sibiya in January was invalid and unlawful.
Anwa Dramat, suspended Hawks boss, will be on leave while his and Police Minister Nathi Nhleko's lawyers try to come to some sort of agreement.
The ruling, which is seen as a "resounding victory for the Constitution", must remain in force throughout the police ministry's appeal process.
Suspended Gauteng Hawks boss Shadrack Sibiya says his role in the investigation into Richard Mdluli was motivation for his suspension.
With the ANC and the EFF behind him the police minister continues to motion for Anwa Dramat's removal on grounds of misconduct.
The police minister's request to have suspended Hawks head Anwa Dramat removed from office has been referred to the speaker of Parliament.
Hawks commander Anwa Dramat is reported to believe he will be assassinated unless he walks away quietly.
Police Minister Nathi Nhleko has insisted he was right in suspending Hawks boss Anwa Dramat - and any objection to his decision is racist.