The security cluster ministers have dropped their court bid to interdict public protector Thuli Madonsela from releasing her draft Nkandla report.
Home Affairs Minister Naledi Pandor Naledi Pandor will make a statement once a probe on how Samantha Lewthwaite obtained her passport is finalised.
Dennis Thokozani Dlomo has been appointed National Intelligence Coordination Committee head, announced State Security Minister Siyabonga Cwele.
Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi has denied saying State Security Minister Siyabonga Cwele classified a report on the upgrade of Jacob Zuma's home.
State Security Minister Siyabonga Cwele has denied classifying the report into the R206-million upgrade of President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla homestead.
Cybercrime poses as huge a threat to SA as HIV and Aids, say experts. What is our government’s response? Watch the video to find out.
Former NIA chief Gibson Njenje lost his job after a battle over the influential Gupta family. For the first time, he explains why.
State Security Minister Siyabonga Cwele has indicated that South Africa might consider sending its troops back to the Central African Republic.
Individuals with ambitions of office are behind the violent protests which are common in the country, says State Security Minister Siyabonga Cwele.
In the little death of democracy that is the finalisation of the secrecy Bill, there is a kernel of hope - an invigorated civil society.
The ANC proposed changes to the contentious Protection of State Information Bill again, this time tending to the liberal.
The ANC has agreed to some of State Security Minister Siyabonga Cwele's hawkish proposals on the Protection of State Information Bill.
Progress had been made on the Protection of State Information Bill. Not enough to render it safe for democracy, but progress nonetheless.
State Security Minister Siyabonga Cwele has asked for the inclusion of a contentious clause into the current draft of the secrecy Bill.
Correspondence shows that Sheryl Cwele clearly knew about the plans to bring drugs into South Africa, writes Glynnis Underhill.
The new intelligence Bill has run into a new flak as critics complain that it threatens to concentrate power in the state security minister's hands.
A suspended top spook's 'sponsored' comeback pits spy vs spy in a dirty battle to gain the upper hand before the ANC elective conference in Mangaung.
The alarm has been sounded over a proposed law that will create an intelligence monolith and allow wider bugging of SA citizens without a warrant.
Foreign spies will not be happy when the secrecy Bill is passed, State Security Minister Siyabonga Cwele has assured an ad-hoc NCOP committee.
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