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Court asked to order Ramaphosa to allow media coverage of NDPP interviews
Court asked to order Ramaphosa to allow media coverage of NDPP interviews
President Cyril Ramaphosa is facing court action to compel him to allow media to be present during the interviews of candidates who have applied...
Zuma, Cabinet tried to halt Gordhan’s moves to stop illicit flow of funds
Zuma, Cabinet tried to halt Gordhan’s moves to stop illicit flow of funds
Among the startling revelations made by former finance minister Pravin Gordhan in his submission to the Zondo Commission is how some of his Cabinet...
Families, justice minister, NPA  challenge Rodrigues’ attempt to escape prosecution
Families, justice minister, NPA challenge Rodrigues’ attempt to escape prosecution
Apartheid-era cop João “Jan” Rodrigues is set to face mass opposition to his application for a permanent stay of proceedings in the case of...
Zuma abused his office and should not receive special treatment, court hears
Zuma abused his office and should not receive special treatment, court hears
Former president Jacob Zuma abused his office and has always been given special treatment, the Pretoria high court heard on Tuesday.
Peaceful protesters ‘pleaded guilty to get out of jail’
Peaceful protesters ‘pleaded guilty to get out of jail’
A group of women from Colenso’s Inkanyezi township near Ladysmith were held in ­custody without bail for more than two months after a peaceful...
Dlamini, Gigaba 'acted dishonestly', not fit to hold office — DA
Dlamini, Gigaba 'acted dishonestly', not fit to hold office — DA
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba and Minister in the Presidency Bathabile Dlamini have "acted dishonestly" and are not "fit and proper" to hold...
Prasa battles to get back on track
Prasa battles to get back on track
Last week the high court in Pretoria let the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) keep its safety permit. But the court order that was...
Timol: New case against security cop
Timol: New case against security cop
The trial of a man involved in the killing of anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol has yet to begin but, when it does, the state will rely on...
Apartheid cop accused of ‘delay tactics’ to avoid murder trial
Apartheid cop accused of ‘delay tactics’ to avoid murder trial
The trial of former Security Branch cop João ‘Jan’ Rodrigues, who is accused of murdering anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol in 1971, was...
Sibiya disappointed in NPA after charges provisionally withdrawn
Sibiya disappointed in NPA after charges provisionally withdrawn
Former Gauteng Hawks boss Shadrack Sibiya has expressed disappointment in the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) after charges against him were...
NPA abandons appeal on Jiba charges
NPA abandons appeal on Jiba charges
The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has withdrawn its application for leave to appeal a Pretoria High Court ruling that set aside the decision...
Bruises may solve 40-year mystery
Bruises may solve 40-year mystery
When the inquest into the death of Hoosen Haffejee commences, photographs of the bruises on his body may rewrite the official record that has...

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