Jonathan Erasmus

To jubilee or not, that is the question

The cost of the UK queen’s jubilee festivities has been absorbed by the taxpayer – an estimated £28-million, or R544,5-million

Amakhosi and conservationists in KZN face off over dune mining

White residents fear mining will ruin their ecovillage, but their black neighbours want the jobs it will bring. Jonathan Erasmus reports.

From Zuma Inc to

The foundations on which the president's private empire is built: Is the Zuma clan's work in the non-profit sector philanthropy or influence trading?

Zumaville will displace some families

The land where the R2-billion town will be built falls under Inkosi Bhekumuzi Zuma and Inkosi Vela Shange's chieftainships.

Welcome to Zumaville

The government is planning a new R2-billion town in President Zuma's home village of Nkandla, and taxpayers will have to pick up half the tab.

M&G faces charges over Mac

Editor and reporters warned that they are suspected of stealing confidential records.

I was bribed, says N Cape hospital chief

His hard-hitting statement to the Hawks also implicates ANC heavyweight John Block.

Chancellor House lands new deal

ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe has defended Chancellor

Breytenbach suspension ‘a hatchet job’

Advocate Trengove has accused the NPA of one-sidedness in its probe of the senior prosecutor.

How MEC favoured EduSolutions

Millions paid to textbook supplier despite cash crunch.

SIU probes senior officials in textbook shame

A confidential SIU report highlights irregularities, wasteful expenditure totalling hundreds of millions, as Jonathan Erasmus reports.

Textbook crisis: Education department favoured dodgy tender

The education ministry was informed EduSolutions's contract was in breach of various regulations before using it as a supplier for school textbooks.

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