A new twist in the ongoing saga of spy vs spy in the South African Revenue Service can now be revealed.
Efforts to forge a political settlement appear to have been scuppered by a controversial report.
Winter is coming and the House of Eskom struggles to ward off the darkness.
The deputy commissioner is still suspended after a CCMA resolution regarding his initial suspension over alleged involvement in a rogue spy unit.
The CCMA has confirmed that Sars and suspended deputy commissioner Ivan Pillay have settled the matter of his alleged involvement in a rogue unit.
The Sars deputy commissioner, who has been suspended for allegedly setting up a “rogue unit” within the tax office, has taken his case to the CCMA.
Independent Newspapers rejected Max du Preez's reasons for quitting as a columnist, after he penned an open resignation letter to its editors.
In an email to Sars employees, Tom Moyane assured the staff that he will keep to his promise of not allowing rogue activities under his watch.
Political interference with Sars is a serious attack on the independence of the institution.
"This suspension is unlawful and constitutes a breach of contract," Judge Annelie Basson said in her judgement.
The EFF leader says he is paying off Sars in installments, in compliance with a provisional sequestration order against him.
Julius Malema's third attempt to reach a settlement with Sars has succeeded. He apologised and has agreed to disclose his finances in full to Sars.
The real number of South Africa's super rich may be far higher than present estimates.
The high court in Pretoria has ruled against Radovan Krejcir's application to have parts of the Sars case against him deemed inadmissible.
South Africa will confidently meet its budget deficit target of 4% GDP after the revenue service exceeded its tax target.
Reality used to be a friend of Julius Malema. But where there is milk and honey, there are also wishes and pipe dreams. Welcome to Malemaville.
A final order to sequestrate the convicted drug dealer Glenn Agliotti's estate has been issued, says the South African Revenue Services.
While Julius Malema seeks to postpone his sequestration hearing by reversing an admission of liability, analysts say it won't help his case.