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Nomgcobo Jiba loses her case for reinstatement in the High Court

Under the NPA Act, Parliament may still reverse Ramaphosa’s decision to fire Jiba. There is also Part B of her court case, still to come

Batohi: Jiba’s return would undermine NPA rebuild

The NDPP said in court papers that there has been “a fundamental breakdown in trust” between Jiba and the NPA.

Hulley’s phone is off. Maimane vindicated

The usually chatty Edward Zuma has nothing to say.

NPA: Mxolisi Nxasana’s fight-back begins

Jacob Zuma is due to meet the justice minister over Mxolisi Nxasana and other issues. But the president will have a tough time ousting him legally.

Breytenbach’s return spells trouble for Zuma’s NPA cohorts

The National Prosecuting Authority's bosses fear Glynnis Breytenbach will pursue cases that would harm the president's interests.

M&G still wants to publish Mac testimony

The latest legal developments in Mac vs the M&G.

Evading the questions with Big Mac

Pesky journalists giving you a hard time? Follow our flowchart for a lesson in handling the media.

Media to march against secrecy Bill vote

Mass demonstrations against the Protection of Information Bill will be held today, as it is put to the vote in Parliament's National Assembly.

Why we were censored, and what we plan to do

M&G editor-in-chief Nic Dawes explains why we blacked out the Mac Maharaj article and what our next steps will be to publish the story.

Invoking fears of censorship: Mac vs M&G

Presidential spokesperson Mac Maharaj has accused the <i>M&G</i> of seeking to 'hide its complicity' after a report about him was suppressed.

De Lille lays a charge against Mabandla

Patricia de Lille on Thursday laid a charge against former justice minister Brigitte Mabandla, alleging she interfered with the working of the NPA.

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