Former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng will appear before the judicial inquiry into state capture — chaired by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo — on Tuesday.
Motsoeneng is expected to respond to allegations accusing him of allowing the public broadcaster’s newsroom to be a subject of political interference.
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The City of Cape Town in June twice knocked down structures on land allocated for other purposes. The city says these were not evictions; residents ask why no police are available for rapes and murders
The mayor, her relatives and their friends keep landing lucrative tenders and using state resources. Yet Lindiwe Makhalema has failed to declare the list of her relationships with people and companies benefiting from the municipality
Municipalities are in complete disarray, with many of them flagged by the auditor-general for deliberate lack of accountability and tolerance for transgressions by political and administrative leadership while billions are squandered.