The charges against former transport minister Sbu Ndebele and two department officials paint a picture of a sliding scale of backhanders.
Three more ANC MPs have resigned, days after President Jacob Zuma announced his new Cabinet, which did not include them.
Any official found to have helped with a jail cell party for two of the "Waterkloof Four" will be punished, says the correctional services minister.
Parolees, people out on bail and those awaiting trial are to be monitored using ankle bracelets, says Correctional Services Minister Sbu Ndebele.
The Mangaung prison crisis has put the failure of private security before Parliament.
Claims of torture in Mangaung prison will be investigated, says Correctional Services Minister Sibusiso Ndebele.
Prisoners take their fight for computers, internet access and CD players to court — all in the name of education.
Around 63 240 offenders are serving their sentences outside prisons, the correctional services department has announced.
South Africa has the highest prison population in Africa, says Correctional Services Minister Sbu Ndebele.
The Constitutional Court has ruled in favour of a former awaiting trial detainee who contracted TB while in Pollsmoor prison.
The KPMG report prepared for Jacob Zuma's trial provides details of other politicians who allegedly benefited from Schabir Shaik and Jurgen Kogl.
Will the South African National Roads Agency Limited get a new boss who is much closer to Transport Minister S'bu Ndebele than Nazir Alli was?
With e-tolling on hold, the onus is on the state to prove to the court and the public that alternatives to the controversial system were not viable.
The City of Cape Town says it is speculation that tolls were set to be shelved -- rather the city failed to resolve a dispute over a R10bn project.
The e-tolling fracas in Gauteng is adding to the road agency's unsustainable debt, and casting doubts on the government's overall transport strategy.
S'bu Ndebele stayed in a posh hotel for 25 days last year, at a cost of R190k, his department admits. But that can't be right, says his spokesperson.
Tariffs gazetted for the tolling of Gauteng highways will be suspended until further notice, Transport Minister Sbu Ndebele said on Tuesday.
There's no "clash" between Transport Minister Sbu Ndebele and Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane over Gauteng's new toll system, the government says.
The government is to roll out a programme to address road maintenance, particularly potholes, and create jobs, it was announced on Tuesday.