The charges against former transport minister Sbu Ndebele and two department officials paint a picture of a sliding scale of backhanders.
A two-pronged probe into allegations of torture at Mangaung prison will be completed in the next two weeks, MPs have been told.
Convicted criminal and former police chief Jackie Selebi has been seen shopping and appeared to be in good health, says a report.
Correctional Services minister Sibusiso Ndebele has called on South Africans not to judge offenders who've paid their dues to society.
Correctional Services Minister Sibusiso Ndebele says there has been thousands of disciplinary hearings involving prisons staff.
Government is trying to address overcrowding in prisons, it responded on Sunday to a call to be held responsible for stabbing deaths at a prison.
Sibusiso Ndebele was moved from transport to correctional services after wandering into the president's firing line during the e-tolling meltdown.
Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele has revealed government's concern about the congestion at South Africa's border posts, particularly at Beitbridge.
Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele has said the government will in future proceed more carefully with the introduction of e-tolling.
Transport Minister S'bu Ndebele says at least 1 475 people died on South Africa's roads during the festive season.
Transport Minister S'bu Ndebele and the Road Traffic Management Corporation's Collins Letsoala have run up a raft of fines in the past three years.
The transport minister agrees it is unlawful to confiscate drivers' licences on the spot, but remains set on forcing reckless motorists off the road.
It might be unconstitutional, but that hasn't stopped the transport minister from instructing police to confiscate the licences of traffic offenders.
The Road Traffic Management Corporation has said more than 900 travellers have been killed on South Africa's roads so far this December.
A report detailing the public's view on the Gauteng tolling system will be sent to Transport Minister Sbu Ndebele after a vote by the legislature.
The transport minister has slammed media reports about his hotel stays, saying all monies used for accommodation have kept to the prescribed rules.
Sibusiso Ndebele has launched the I-Pledge road safety campaign, hoping to change the behaviour of drivers in a bid to bring down the road death toll.
A spokesperson for the transport ministry says reports of Sibusiso Ndebele's Johannesburg hotel stays are incorrect as he was in Canada at the time.
The transport ministry says tolls will remain suspended until consultations with the public to find the best costing method, have been completed.