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Day of reckoning for SABC’s Motsoeneng

But there's no sign yet that Communications Minister Faith Muthambi will be asked to explain her role in Hlaudi Motsoeneng's rise to the top.

Hawks boss: I was ‘set up’ to silence corruption investigations

Top KZN cop Johan Booysen is hauling the state to court, claiming he was falsely accused to put a lid on his corruption-busting activities.

Fame not a factor as JSC punts Makgoba as Limpopo top judge

The judge in the Oscar Pistorius trial and another jurist who is a friend of Cyril Ramaphosa failed to clinch an endorsement for the new post.

Jappie set to replace Patel despite his off-the-cuff comment

The KZN judge received the nod to become the province’s judge president despite his jest that he charmed potential female competitors.

Dewani: ‘Amateurish’ killers lured by money, says state

The co-conspirators in the murder of Anni Dewani were all in financial difficulties and lured by the money on offer, according to the state.

Dewani gets day off from court for Anni’s anniversary

Shrien Dewani requested a day off to mark the fourth anniversary of wife Anni Hindocha's death as emails between the two revealed her unhappiness.

Resignations take arms deal probe from mess to ‘farce’

The two advocates who quit the Seriti inquiry two weeks ago have given damning insight into the inner workings of the arms deal investigation.

Quitting Seriti commission: Arms deal ‘letter bomb’

The evidence leaders' reasons for quitting the Seriti commission of inquiry challenge its credibility.

Fisheries department will call on police to deal with corruption

Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson says she will call in the police if an internal probe reveals corrupt activity within the department.

R2K, SOS write to SABC board over national key point ‘threat’

R2K and SOS have written to SABC board chair Zandile Tshabalala to ask her whether she invoked the National Key Points Act as a warning to staff.

Khampepe: Plea for ‘safe passage’ of judges’ report

A new stumbling block has emerged in the Mail & Guardian's battle to have the Khampepe report made public.

Oscar trial: Day 12 hears evidence may have been moved

Photographs taken by Warrant Officer Barend van Staden indicates the cricket bat, allegedly used to break down the toilet door, was moved.

DA to appeal e-toll case dismissal

The Democratic Alliance is set to appeal a judgment handed down by the high court dismissing its challenge of e-tolling's constitutionality.

Carrim vetoes SABC board’s nomination

The communications minister has nipped in the bud a bid by the board to have Zandile Tshabalala take the top job at the troubled broadcaster.

Resigned SABC chief Mokhobo denies massive payout

The SABC's chief executive Lulama Mokhobo says she will not be paid out for the remainder of her contract, after she resigned from the post.

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