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Zuma’s legal woes lay bare justice system vulnerabilities

A court should consider a punitive costs order if Zuma’s counsel continues a ‘Stalingrad defence’

Mbeki slams judge who accused him of conspiracy to get rid of Zuma

The former president has accused retired judge Chris Nicholson of putting a "judicial stamp of approval" on allegations against him.

CSA moves to implement Nicholson findings

Cricket South Africa has signed an agreement with the government to further implement the recommendations of the Nicholson inquiry.

Majola suspended

Cricket South Africa chief executive Gerald Majola has been suspended by CSA's board of directors.

Up goes the finger

Retired Judge Chris Nicholson says that Cricket South Africa administrators are corrupt and has also recommended that the Gerald Majola be suspended.

Cricket South Africa top dogs abandon ship

Acting Cricket South Africa president AK Khan and CSA audit and risk committee chairperson John Blair have resigned over the CSA bonus scandal.

I’m innocent, insists Majola

CSA boss Gerald Majola has pleaded innocent after a ministerial inquiry recommended he be suspended and made to repay a R1.75-million bonus.

CSA: Players call for urgent action

Cricket SA must adopt the recommendations of the Nicholson inquiry as a matter of urgency, says the SA Cricketers' Association.

Suspend Majola, says Nicholson

CSA chief Gerald Majola has been stumped by Judge Chris Nicholson's findings of his inquiry into allegations of corruption and mismanagement.

Nicholson: NPA should investigate Majola bonus scandal

Judge Chris Nicholson has recommended that Cricket South Africa head Gerald Majola's bonus scandal be referred to the National Prosecuting Authority.

CSA inquiry report to be handed to sports ministry

The sports ministry is due to receive a report on the three-month committee inquiry into Cricket South Africa.

Cricket inquiry to hear submission from King

The sports ministry has confirmed the inquiry into Cricket SA will meet again next week to hear a submission from judge Mervyn King.

The rot in SA cricket goes beyond Majola’s bonus question

The Nicholson inquiry into the state of South African cricket has begun to show the sport is in a mess, despite the Proteas' success on the field.

Ali Bacher’s CSA cameo: For the love of the game?

Ali Bacher's appearance at Judge Nicholson's probe into the state of CSA has elicited a burning question about the former cricket boss's motives.

Bacher says bonus was above board

Former UCB CEO Ali Bacher has dismissed claims that his R5-million bonus at the end of his tenure was not approved by the former board.

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Traditional healers need new spaces

Proper facilities supported by well-researched cultural principles will go a long way to improving the image and perception of the practice of traditional medicine

Limpopo big-game farmer accused of constant harassment

A family’s struggle against alleged intimidation and failure to act by the authorities mirrors the daily challenges farm dwellers face

Zondo tightens his grip with criminal complaint against Zuma

The state capture commission’s star witness now faces a criminal complaint and another summons

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Inclusion as learned experience in higher education

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