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Fifa slaps Warner with lifetime ban from football

Fifa's ethics committee banned former Fifa vice-president Jack Warner from all football activity for life for a long list of "misconduct".

Mbalula gagged 2010 World Cup LOC

The sport and recreation minister hosted an extraordinary meeting and wrote a letter telling World Cup local organising committee members to keep mum.

Fifa $10-million – it looks, smells and tastes like a bribe

Stefaans Brümmer examines the evidence that the South Africa payment to Jack Warner was corrupt.

Nine things you need to know about the Fifa scandal

From the bribes to the denials, Sarah Evans rounds up the Fifa corruption scandal.

SA in the dock for ‘buying’ 2010 Fifa World Cup vote

A $10-million bribe was allegedly paid by South Africa, laundered via Fifa. Danny Jordaan’s mayoral candidacy may be in the balance.

Former Fifa official spills the beans on TV rights trade

Former Fifa vice-president Jack Warner says he was awarded World Cup TV rights for as little as $1 in return for helping Sepp Blatter win elections.

Jack Warner threatens to tell on Fifa’s Blatter

In a letter to a local newspaper, former Fifa vice-president Jack Warner has promised damaging revelations about Sepp Blatter's electioneering.

Ex Fifa boss Jack Warner bust talking ‘bribes’

A video showing Jack Warner telling Caribbean Football Union officials how to deal with cash gifts from Mohamed bin Hammam has been published.

Fifa dishes out life bans, suspends Concacaf official

Fifa suspended Lisle Austin for a year and and banned six Hungarian and Bosnian match officials for life for helping fix international friendlies.

Jack Warner talks ‘unfinished business’

Former Fifa vice-president Jack Warner, who is also Trinidad and Tobago's Minister of Works, has hinted at a return to football administration.

Fifa’s ‘compelling’ case of bribery

A preliminary report says there was "convincing and overwhelming" evidence that Mohamed bin Hammam and Jack Warner were involved in attempted bribery.

Fifa opens case against Concacaf vice-president

Fifa says it has opened disciplinary proceedings against Lisle Austin for breaching regulations by going to court to challenge his suspension.

New Fifa reform plea as Blatter denies crisis

English football chiefs have urged Fifa to scrap its corruption-tainted presidential election amid mounting calls for sweeping reform.

Call for ‘deep reform’ of graft-tainted Fifa

Fifa faced fresh calls for sweeping reform on Tuesday despite denials from president Sepp Blatter that football's governing body was in crisis.

Everything is fine, says Blatter, now move along …

Sepp Blatter has shrugged off the corruption allegations engulfing football's governing body, denying the sport was in crisis.

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Pay-TV inquiry probes the Multichoice monopoly

Africa’s largest subscription television operator says it is under threat amid the emerging popularity of global platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime

Covid-overflow hospital in ruins as SIU investigates

A high-level probe has begun into hundreds of millions of rand spent by the Gauteng health department to refurbish a hospital that is now seven months behind schedule – and lying empty

​No apology or comfort as another Marikana mother dies without justice

Nomawethu Ma’Bhengu Sompeta, whose funeral will be held this weekend, was unequivocal in calling out the government for its response to the Marikana massacre

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