Former president Thabo Mbeki has rejected Willie Hofmeyr's allegations that his administration abused its power to plot Jacob Zuma's downfall.
The deputy prosecutions chief points an accusing finger at Thabo Mbeki. But his version may have more clout at Luthuli House than in court.
Willie Hofmeyr's stated motive to defend the NPA has failed, as political meddling has only become worse after Mbeki.
The president doesn't derive his power from executive decree; his decisions can be reviewed by the courts.
Former president Thabo Mbeki may have backtracked on his Sona comments, but SA needs more credible leaders to lead the charge, says Verashni Pillay.
The Guardian reported Mbeki believed Zuma was wrong to not answer the EFF's question about Nkandla, but his office says it was a misinterpretation.
Friends and family have paid tribute to former police commissioner Jackie Selebi with some taking a swipe at those who 'preyed on his legacy'.
The private, no-fee university has been deregistered by the education authorities after falling into the red to the tune of some R30m.
Thabo Mbeki presents a distorted picture of what the presidency's defence against publishing the Khampepe report actually was - and why it failed.
Former president Thabo Mbeki responds to an M&G Khampepe editorial that said he "connived in the subversion of democracy in a neighbouring state".
Thabo Mbeki is a hypocrite who preached democracy even as he was subverting it, a seething Morgan Tsvangirai told the Mail & Guardian this week.
Evidence given at the inquiry by government’s head of acquisitions during the arms deal might contain at least one controversy previously introduced.
From knowing corruption is a "Western paradigm" to abhorring dogs and gay people: welcome to Jacob Zuma's idea of what it means to be an African.
There were differences between SA and the US's administrations on various matters, but these never led to bad relations, writes Thabo Mbeki.
Six years ago South Africa's president was ousted by his enemies in the ANC. Ex-editor Ray Hartley looks back.