Jessica Bezuidenhout

Experts: Anyone can lay a charge of theft against JZ

Based on last week's Constitutional Court judgment that found his conduct unconstitutional, a valid case of theft may be made against Jacob Zuma.

Political observers: SA has become a police state

Several political observers have hinted that a recent spate of incidents - dismissed as random acts of crime - may be the workings of state security.

Zuma to give Nkandla ‘to the nation’

Sources have told the Mail & Guardian that Jacob Zuma intends to give Nkandla to South Africa instead of paying back the money he owes.

War veterans left without benefits

Despite the law, many ex-servicemen have not been able to enjoy the housing, pension and medical care benefits promised by government.

Gupta family ‘edged me out of Eskom’, says Tsotsi

Former chairperson Zola Tsotsi says he was kicked out of the power utility after being told he wasn’t "playing the game".

Fifa makes first public statement about SA’s alleged World Cup bribe

Fighting back, Fifa has blamed its woes on corrupt ex-officials and a $10-million payoff from South Africa.

Jonas’s claims ‘totally false’, say Guptas

The Guptas say Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas's claims that they offered him the position of Finance Minister are "totally false".

Apartheid-era crimes: High court bid for Reserve Bank records

The SA History Archive is seeking evidence of economic crimes involving Wouter Basson, Vito Palazzolo and others during the apartheid years.

SA History Archive seeks apartheid financial records in court

The archive wants access to Reserve Bank financial records that'd serve as a starting point for how the apartheid regime pulled off economic crimes.

Racial tensions stalk UN’s Joan Clos

UN-Habitat's executive director, a Spaniard, has been accused of demeaning and insulting behaviour directed at United Nations staff in Nairobi.

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