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McBride on crime cluster capture

More than 30 people will be implicated by the head of Ipid at the Zondo inquiry

Wild ride may lead to better future

The shocks of 2018 will reverberate in a crucial 2019 election year and hopefully the outcome will be enlightened

Sibanye-Stillwater vows to start on a clean slate at Marikana

The mining company is in the process of buying out Lonmin and it has vowed to do things differently

​O’Sullivan, Hain pile pressure on UK ’state capture’ law firm

Under his nonprofit Forensics for Justice, O'Sullivan’s letter blames Hogan Lovells for the legal manoeuvres of three of its “sordid clients”

Why it has taken so long to prosecute state capture cases in South Africa

"The failure of the NPA to act swiftly and vigorously against those involved in state capture shows that there has been a dereliction of duty."

ANC commission lock horns on monopoly capital

The ANC’s Strategies and Tactics Commission for the most part stuck to the resolutions it took at its national policy.

Newly appointed acting Hawks boss was on the panel that appointed Ntlemeza

Matakata, along with Nathi Nhleko, Michael Masutha and David Mahlobo, was part of the panel that decided Ntlemeza was the best candidate for the job

Nobody is irreplaceable: Mbalula doesn’t have time for Ntlemeza’s legal woes

The newly appointed minister was speaking at a parade held by the South African Police Service to welcome him and his deputy, Bongani Mkongi

Editorial: Keep fighting the good fight

We have to keep battling, because it all has to do with people in public office who are making important decisions about the nation’s future.

Breakdown: Courts emerge as main theatre for SA’s political wars

The courts are becoming the main theatre of political battles in South Africa as feuding for power and access to state funds intensifies.

A ‘political witch-hunt’ has cost the police ministry R17.2-million

Police Minister Nathi Nhleko has revealed the amount of money used in attempts to oust three senior Hawks officers and an IPID head.

Nathi Nhleko must resign over McBride Constitutional Court ruling, says DA

DA's Zakhele Mbhele believes the court's judgment reaffirms that the police minister is not fit to hold the position.

Nhleko: SAPS spent almost R9-million on cars for Zuma’s wives

Close to R9-million of the South African Police Service's budget has been spent buying luxury vehicles for Zuma's spouses over the last four years.

Judgment on Hawks boss matter reserved

The Helen Suzman Foundation argues that Berning Ntlemeza's appointment as Hawks boss by the Police Minister was unlawful.

Six bizarre explanations for the Nkandla “fire pool”

The Mail & Guardian has tracked down the bizarre comments made by the president's staunchest defenders to explain his Nkandla 'fire pool'.

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