Denise Williams

Media freedom faces other threats, says Sanef

As journalists commemorate "Black Wednesday", Sanef says media now faces other threats to freedom such as the Protection of Information Bill.

Sunday Times reporter freed

</i>Sunday Times</i> journalist Mzilikazi wa Afrika will be released from detention ahead of his bail application in the court on Friday morning.

Cele defends need for new police building

Police commissioner General Bheki Cele has defended the need for new police headquarters leased for R500-million over the next 10 years.

Minister wants more black ownership of mines

Minister of Mineral Resources Susan Shabangu on Wednesday was adamant that 26% of mines should be black-owned by 2014.

Court rules health council can continue Basson probe

Wouter Basson's fear that an inquiry into his conduct by the Health Professions Council of SA would be biased was unjustified, a court has ruled.

Trying times for Congress of the People

Amid controversy over a leadership tussle that could destabilise the Congress of the People, the party said over the weekend that all is well.

Zuma calls for an end to spying on reporters

Reports of spying on journalists by government officials created a "totally unacceptable" scenario, President Jacob Zuma said on Friday night.

Advocate Barbie fights to stay out of jail

There is no absolute certainty that Cezanne Visser will not commit another sex act without further rehabilitation, a court heard on Tuesday.

Advocate Barbie should not face jail time, court hears

Convicted sex offender Cezanne Visser should not face jail time for her crimes, forensic criminologist Eon Sonnekus told a court on Monday.

Eskom price hike will cause ‘serious pain’

Eskom is not an efficient producer and a 35% price hike will only throw the country into a deeper socioeconomic abyss, Nersa heard on Friday.

Zille: Simelane not fit to hold office

The DA filed papers in the High Court on Friday opposing the appointment of Menzi Simelane as the national director of public prosecutions.

Manuel: Energy crisis needs to be taken more seriously

SA has been lulled into a false sense of security that there is sufficient energy, but that it is just going to cost more, Trevor Manuel says.

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