German company denies arms deal bribes

The SABC reported that a German company that allegedly bribed middlemen to get contracts to supply the SA government with warships denied the claims.

High court to determine spy tapes timeline

The high court in Pretoria is to make a decision on the timeline to hear a review to drop charges against Jacob Zuma resulting from the spy tapes.

Super Rugby: Crusaders beat Lions 34-6

All Blacks flyhalf Dan Carter kicked four conversions and two penalties in the Crusaders' 34-6 win over South Africa's Lions in Super Rugby.

Zim prison set alight by inmates ‘unhappy with meals’

At least one prisoner was killed and 23 prisoners were injured during a three-hour long riot at a maximum security prison in Harare.

Four held over SABC mugging

Four people have been arrested in connection with the robbery of SABC journalists outside Milpark Hospital in Johannesburg this week.

Court dismisses bid for uninterrupted Parliament feed

The applicants argued that it was the constitutional right of every citizen to have an accurate representation of what occurred in the House.

The New Age, ANN7 to appoint a ‘public editor’

The New Age and ANN7 will appoint a public editor to deal with complaints, following the newspaper's withdrawal from the ombudsman process.

Four more Hawks members suspended

The four are suspected of being involved in the illegal rendition of Zimbabweans in 2010 - the same as Shadrack Sibiya and Anwa Dramat.

SAA’s Dudu Myeni ‘target of fake bank accounts plot’

SA Airways chairperson Dudu Myeni was the victim of a fake offshore bank account hoax to get her fired, various Sunday newspapers reported.

Khulubuse Zuma goes to court over R1.5bn Aurora claims

Khulubuse Zuma, President Jacob Zuma's controversial nephew, will go to court to fight claims for R1.5-billion by the liquidators of Aurora mines.

Mixed reactions to 2015 budget

While some such as the RAF and Tisa have welcomed Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene's new budget plans, others are not so happy.

State Security to probe intelligence leak

An investigation into the leaking of classified security documents by broadcaster Al Jazeera is under way, says State Security Minister David Mahlobo.

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