The public works department claims businessperson Roux Shabangu fraudulently used his empowerment credentials for a R137-million lease deal.
A former business partner of Roux Shabangu has obtained a court order preventing the property tycoon from threatening, assaulting or contacting him.
Controversial property tycoon Roux Shabangu's plans to relaunch a diamond mine and build a shopping mall in Swaziland have failed to materialise.
Cabinet's view on embattled police chief Bheki Cele's conduct should be taken into account, the inquiry into his fitness to hold office has heard.
Former deputy police chief and procurement head Hamilton Hlela made several assumptions which he acted on without consultation, the inquiry heard.
Controversial property mogul Roux Shabangu has refused to testify before the board of inquiry investigating misconduct allegations against Bheki Cele.
Roux Shabangu says reports he was fired from the construction of aR20-million police station in Mpumalanga are 'misleading and untrue'.
Police commissioner and his expert-turned-adversary testified this week.
Suspended top cop Bheki Cele continues to distance himself from the police lease scandal, suggesting he was to blame only for trusting his deputies.
Police say they have been excluded from action to end the controversial headquarters lease deal, despite having to pay R600-million if the case fails.
Craig McKune takes a look at all the hands that were caught in the cookie jar this year.
The lease for the ICD building was signed by Roux Shabangu, even though the building was owned by his former partner, Japie van Niekerk.
Property tycoon Roux Shabangu has joined other voices in a public effort to validate the deal.
Roux Shabangu says he is 'intrigued' by Thuli Madonsela's investigation into his ties with suspended acting public works director general Sam Vukela.
The public protector is investigating the relationship between businessman Roux Shabangu and the suspended acting director-general at public works.
Businessman Roux Shabangu has challenged the public protector's probe into a lease agreement for police headquarters in Pretoria.
Parliament's scrutiny of Roux Shabangu's lease agreement has flushed out new evidence to suggest the public works department "blind signed" the ICD.
The public protector has begun her probe into the Independent Complaints Directorate's lease deal with controversial businessman Roux Shabangu.
The police's Independent Complaints Directorate was sent packing by MPs on Tuesday after pleading ignorance on the inflated cost of its new offices.
A building leased to the Independent Complaints Directorate has been fingered for a fourfold leap in directorate's bill.