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Emsie Ferreira

Manyi: Zuma may refuse a second medical assessment

The former president’s foundation claims the NPA has not demanded he be assessed by a second doctor, but says he would be within his rights to refuse

There was nothing unconstitutional about Ace’s suspension, Trengove argues

The fact that the ANC’s rule 25.7 may have been a narrowing of the party’s 2017 resolutions on corruption did not render it unlawful, Wim Trengove argued for the ruling party

The trouble with clamouring for the Constitutional Court to rule on Zuma

Despite the public interest in the ruling, the commission’s deadline has become irrelevant as it abandoned hope of forcing the former president to testify

Ramaphosa faction broke rules to target Magashule, Mpofu argues

Even noble intent could not rescue the step-aside rule, counsel for the suspended secretary general told the Johannesburg high court, but in fact there was only factionalism

Mpofu protests that court has prejudged issues in Magashule case

The judge recognised the delegation of power located in the ANC’s national executive committee to the secretary general and the deputy secretary general

Gigaba says it was ‘an unfortunate coincidence’ SOEs were captured on his watch

The former public enterprises minister says he was deliberately removed from state companies' dealings and could not have learned of the looting

SIU freezes R22-million in Digital Vibes accounts

The Special Investigating Unit said it would ask the tribunal to declare the health department’s contract with the company unlawful

Eskom kept paying because Trillian kept working, Zondo commission hears

Former senior executive Prish Govender tried to justify why payments to McKinsey and the Gupta-linked consulting firm continued in the absence of a contract

High court calls meeting on bid to halt ConCourt appointments

Casac has launched an unprecedented bid to have the politics-laden interview process to fill vacancies at the apex court started from scratch

Gigaba denies he allowed Gupta allies to strong-arm SAA into scrapping Mumbai flights

The former minister was confronted with testimony that the airline was bullied, including by his special adviser, on his watch

Gigaba insists he faced sinister threat, slams court ruling on wife’s arrest

The former cabinet minister told the Zondo commission he cannot see how the court concluded there was no evidence of a plot to kill him

Gigaba questions high court ruling on wife’s arrest

The former cabinet minister told the Zondo commission he cannot see how the court concluded there was no evidence of a plot to kill him

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