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Motsoaledi blames ‘porous’ and ‘rotten’ borders for Bushiris’ escape

Home affairs minister admits South Africa has weak borders, and that the Bushiris had 10 passports between them

‘Stand aside’ rule fails the Ace test

The ANC has stalled on setting ground rules for cleanout of comrades accused of corruption

‘Let ANC deal with its leaders facing corruption charges,’ Ramaphosa tells parliament

The president was answering questions before parliament, where he also told the EFF to allow the courts to decide on the matter of the CR17 bank statements

ANC move to ‘stand aside’ is falling flat

Corruption-accused cadres are staying put as provincial rulings contradict NEC’s resolution to clean up the party.

Former state security minister Bongo back in court

Bongo and his co-accused will appear in the Nelspruit magistrate’s court in Mpumalanga over charges of fraud, corruption and theft

Councillors barred as ANC moves against corruption

'Stand aside' rule implemented for people facing charges as provincial integrity commission process stalls

ANC caucus mum on Bongo resignation

The ANC parliamentary caucus as yet to confirm whether Bongani Bongo, who faces bribery and corruption charges, has resigned as an MP in line with the NEC’s directive

Former minister Bongani Bongo arrested on corruption charges

The arrest is a big statement of intent by the justice system, but his defence has already said it wants to make “representations”

‘Down and out’ Bongo to sue Parliament for defamation

Bongo, who faces another investigation of fraud and corruption by the Hawks, is now an ANC backbencher

Parly disciplinary hearings loom for Bongo, Manana

ANC MP Amos Masondo confirmed he has referred Manana and Bongo to the subcommittee which organises disciplinary hearings

KwaZulu-Natal ANC at peace – for now

Though stability seems to have come to the province, Jacob Zuma's recall still hangs heavy

ANC wants a motion of no confidence against Zuma

The NEC wants Ramaphosa to be sworn in as South Africa's new president by Friday the latest and deliver SONA before the budget speech later this month

JZ sets conditions if he’s to go

The president's supporters say his closest allies and preferred successor, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, must stay

It’s not a matter of if, but when Zuma goes – NEC sources

The NEC members, who spoke on condition of anonymity, all agreed Zuma is a "liability", but want the party to avoid a "divisive" battle over his fate.

New SSA vetting sanctions in the pipeline – Fraser

State Security Minister Bongani Bongo and SSA Director-General Arthur Fraser addressed Scopa on the vetting processes at government departments.

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