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Nkandla: Documents call Zuma’s bluff

An M&G investigation reveals that President Jacob Zuma was kept up to date about developments and taxpayer money was used for his private homes.

Hawks still investigating DA’s Cele charges

The Hawks are still investigating criminal charges brought by the Democratic Alliance over allegedly fraudulent police lease deals, the party said.

Concerted campaign to keep police lease

Property tycoon Roux Shabangu has joined other voices in a public effort to validate the deal.

ICD pleads ignorance over police lease

The police's Independent Complaints Directorate was sent packing by MPs on Tuesday after pleading ignorance on the inflated cost of its new offices.

Meet those who are now rising in the ranks

In addition to purging troublesome ministers President Jacob Zuma's Cabinet shuffle propelled a number of rising ANC stars into the limelight.

Zuma draws praise for Cabinet spring cleaning

Political parties have welcomed President Zuma's decision to axe ministers Gwen Mahlangu-Nkabinde and Sicelo Shiceka and suspend top cop Bheki Cele.

Zuma wields the axe ‘for the good of SA’

President Zuma's action against Gwen Mahlangu-Nkabinde, Sicelo Shiceka and Bheki Cele was "for the good of the nation", says Mac Maharaj.

Mahlangu-Nkabinde and Shiceka sacked

President Zuma has fired Sicelo Shiceka and Gwen Mahlangu-Nkabinde as Cabinet ministers in his latest reshuffle, and has also suspended Bheki Cele.

DA outraged over Zuma’s home renovation bungling

The DA says a public works official is "taking the fall" for Public Works Minister Gwen Mahlangu-Nkabinde on renovations to Jacob Zuma's home.

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