Kebble arrest: What now for Selebi?

The arrest of Glenn Agliotti on suspicion of murdering mining magnate Brett Kebble has opened perhaps the biggest can of worms in South Africa’s criminal history. The arrest could have grave implications for police National Commissioner Jackie Selebi, who famously called Agliotti "my friend, finish and <i>klaar</i>".

How the ANC backed Majali

The signature of African National Congress presidency head Smuts Ngonyama on a 2001 friendship pact with Saddam Hussein’s Ba'ath party -- beneath that of Oilgate's Sandi Majali -- cements evidence that South Africa's ruling party backed Majali's pledges of political support to the embattled Iraqi regime.

Phumzile’s flight of fancy: The unanswered questions

The Presidency has slammed the door on further questions about Deputy President Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka's trip to the United Arab Emirates.

Oilgate: The timeline

The events that led to the Oilgate saga: Iraq invades Kuwait; UN Security Council imposes comprehensive sanctions on Iraq, including lifeblood oil exports; UN approves Oil for Food programme to relieve civilian hardship -- Iraq allowed to sell oil, with proceeds held in trust by UN and released only for approved humanitarian imports ... See our timeline on how the ANC got involved ...

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Call for applications for the position of GCRO executive director

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