The real prospect of failing to force Nxasana out led to the president’s unedifying backdown
Liquidators of Pamodzi have confirmed that they would be filing a complaint against President Jacob Zuma's lawyer Michael Hulley on Monday.
Jacob Zuma's legal adviser Michael Hulley said his involvement in Aurora was limited, but the liquidators say otherwise.
Court documents allege that Michael Hulley – despite his denials – was an Aurora director.
The blurring of the president's legal adviser Michael Hulley's personal, business and presidential duties has drawn fresh criticism.
Although Michael Hulley was appointed "strategic adviser" for a state grant deal, he played "no role" in its adjudication, the Concourt has heard.
Richard Calland lets us in on an imaginary conversation in the president's office which reveals Zuma's real conflicts of interest.
An official who sat through deliberations on a disputed R10-billion tender has detailed how he believes Michael Hulley, rigged the process.
Officials differ on whether Michael Hulley, responded to critical questions about a grants tender. Craig McKune reports.
The treasury has given President Jacob Zuma an extra R20m to cover his legal costs but no breakdown has been given on where the funds are headed.
A court ruling that found the R10-billion social grants contract "illegal" has left many questions unanswered.
Julius Malema's attempts to politically capitalise on the Marikana mine shooting continued on Thursday at Grootvlei gold mine on the East Rand.
A court review of the dropping of charges against Jacob Zuma means prolonged uncertainty for him and by extension, South Africa.
The South African Social Security Agency risks not fulfilling its mandate by getting caught up in the messy business that it is "tenders".
President Jacob Zuma's lawyer Michael Hulley has played various roles in the drawn-out awarding of a disputed multi-billion rand contract.
As the sun sets on the now-liquidated mining company, Aurora director Michael Hulley's selection as the president's legal adviser has raised eyebrows.
The appointment of Zuma's personal lawyer as his legal adviser in the executive has raised the eyebrows of legal analysts and the ire of unions.
President Jacob Zuma has appointed Advocate Michael Hulley, who has represented Zuma previously, as his legal adviser with immediate effect.