The criminal prosecution and lawful dissolution of the ANC are not only morally desirable but legally justifiable too
Thuli Madonsela’s decision not to contest a ruling setting aside a probe into the Oilgate scandal is a victory for her office and the <i>M&G</i>.
The Supreme Court of Appeals dismissed the Public Protector’s appeal against a high court setting aside its report into the Oilgate saga.
The DA will ask President Jacob Zuma to reconstitute a commission on the role senior government officials played in oil deals with Iraq.
The DA has called for a probe into a report handed to Thabo Mbeki three years ago detailing the alleged knowledge officials had of shady oil deals.
<a href="http://www.mg.co.za/specialreport.aspx?area=ancconference_home"><img src="http://www.mg.co.za/ContentImages/327874/livefrompolo.gif" align=left border=0></a>Money, members, veterans and Jacob Zuma: at a press briefing on Tuesday afternoon at the African National Congress’s (ANC) national conference in Polokwane, secretary general Kgalema Motlanthe discussed his organisational report, delivered two days before, as well as several other issues concerning the ruling party.
A Pretoria High Court judge has reserved judgement in the Mail & Guardian‘s legal challenge of a controversial 2005 report by Public Protector Lawrence Mushwana about his investigation into the Oilgate scandal. The M&G wants to have the report overturned and rewritten.
African National Congress funder Sandi Majali — known for his role in the Oilgate scandal — is to sue the Sunday Times for defamation following its story implicating him in the disappearance of money meant for an Eastern Cape school feeding scheme.
The controversial Sandi Majali — known for his central role in the Oilgate and Iraq oil-for-food scandals — has been named in a forensic audit into the disappearance of more than R100-million meant for starving children in the Eastern Cape, the Sunday Times reported.
A M&G investigation into covert party funding has revealed how R11-million of public money was diverted to ANC coffers ahead of the 2004 elections.