From Mbeki to Zuma to Ramaphosa, the facts and fictions of the intelligence networks have shadowed political players and settled power struggles
Jacob Zuma has laid charges claiming that Billy Downer, and the NPA, have irredeemably tainted the arms deal corruption charges that have haunted him since 2005
The former president argues that the National Prosecuting Authority is so deeply compromised that it cannot lawfully lead evidence against him
Impugned prosecutor Billy Downer argues that even if the court agreed he was biased and removed him, this would still not spell an acquittal for Jacob Zuma
Veteran prosecutor Billy Downer argues the former president is not entitled to recycle arguments dismissed by the high court as he seeks acquittal on arms-deal charges
A political trial within a trial is indicated after Zuma’s counsel’s raise the spectre of oral evidence in its move for the prosecutor’s removal and for charges to be dropped
The former president argues that if he succeeds in having Billy Downer removed as prosecutor, the charges should be dropped
Zuma’s lawyers say the courts should not condone unconstitutional conduct by the NPA
Mulangi Mphego has what is best described as a checkered past
Advocate for Freedom Under Law, Wim Trengove SC says any outcome that leaves Shaun Abrahams in office would make a mockery of the Constitution
The DA will spend the next week analysing more documents relating to a 2009 decision to drop corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma.
Bulelani Ngcuka has come out strongly against suggestions that his conduct was to blame for the dropping of corruption charges against Jacob Zuma.
The so-called "spy tapes" reveal how former Scorpions boss Leonard McCarthy considered personally charging Jacob Zuma with corruption.
The inkling that former Scorpions head Leonard McCarthy was under surveillance came when the M&G revealed police had monitored his conversations.
The DA will try to force a court order on the NPA to turn in records, including the spy tapes, that led to charges against Jacob Zuma being dropped.
The DA says Deputy Judge President Willem van der Merwe has instructed that the continued spy tapes battle be heard before a full Bench of judges.
After a 10-year legal war, President Jacob Zuma is trying to prevent the tapes that got him off the hook from being made public.
Floyd Shivambu’s call for charges to be reinstated against Jacob Zuma smacks of opportunism, says the Young Communist League’s <b>Buti Manamela</b>.
The NPA have announced it will hand over the "reduced record" of the documents involved in dropping corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma.
The Supreme Court of Appeal says the NPA should provide a record of why it dropped Jacob Zuma’s fraud charges — reigniting the debate.
Alstom, a French engineering company with links to the SA nuclear industry, is in the firing line for ‘improper payments’ to an official in Zambia.
President Jacob Zuma will have to return to court on Wednesday in an attempt to prevent an investigation into his alleged corruption.
The DA is to apply for access to a secret report on how spy tapes were passed on to lawyers defending President Jacob Zuma against criminal charges.
Former crime intelligence boss Mulangi Mphego is key to top-secret leaks that that scuttled President Jacob Zuma’s corruption trial.
Nothing demonstrates the power of secret information more starkly than the withdrawal of corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma.
The DA said it was alarmed that formerly classified information was given to police National Commissioner Jackie Selebi’s lawyers.
Ivor Powell is the former investigator who penned the Browse Mole report. Here he describes the hype and distortions surrounding the document.
National Director of Public Prosecutions Moketedi Mpshe could have made no other decision than to drop charges against ANC president Jacob Zuma.
It took a long time but eventually the might of the ANC wore down the NPA, whose professional prosecutors had sought to bring Jacob Zuma to trial.
The NPA should review all its cases in which there was a potential for meddling, similar to that which occurred in the case of Jacob Zuma.
The World Bank, current employer of Leonard McCarthy, said on Tuesday it was monitoring the situation relating to Zuma’s former corruption case.
The NPA on Monday said it was "neither possible nor desirable for the NPA to continue with the prosecution of Mr Zuma".