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Vodacom swindled out of more than R24m worth of iPhones

A former employee allegedly ran an intricate scam to steal 8700 phones from the cellular giant

In a bizarre twist VBS liquidators sue KPMG for R863mn

In filed court documents, the VBS liquidators are blaming auditing firm KPMG’s negligence for the alleged looting of the bank

NPA counters attack by Zuma Foundation ahead of court appearance in arms-deal case

The foundation is accusing the prosecuting authority of ‘propaganda’, as former president Jacob Zuma fights legal trouble on two fronts

Noko quits as North West prosecutions head after hearing she was to face an inquiry

The resignation of the North West director of public prosecutions comes as Panday goes to trial and Booysen sues the state

Zondo to ask the Constitutional Court to send Zuma to jail for flouting summons

The deputy chief justice says he has to act because Zuma’s defiance risks inciting lawlessness

Zuma snubs Zondo commission

His lawyer says the summons was not in line with the Constitutional Court order

The pensioner who ‘fronted’ for R10m of a family’s capture of SAPS

An old-age grant recipient was allegedly paid just R5 000 a month to be a director of one of the Chetty-owned companies

Panday indictment for Fifa fraud becomes a family affair

The Durban businessman’s family members will be arrested and will be back in the dock in May along with former KwaZulu-Natal cops.

NPA undeterred by Mdluli’s mysterious illness in R69m fraud case

The state says its ready to prosecute axed top cops for the alleged looting of a secret intelligence fund

R100-million: How one family captured the police

The family-run syndicate behind the alleged scam may have looted even more — as much as R1-billion

The RET forces in the ANC have asked the Hawks to investigate Ramaphosa

The fightback faction in the ANC has launched a bold attack on the president after Brian Molefe’s allegations at the Zondo commission

Zondo can boldly ask ConCourt to find Zuma in contempt

The commissioner’s other option is the long, route through the courts for breach of the Commissions Act, but the inquiry’s lifespan is short.

The recently renewed NPA should show its teeth

The body should overcome its reluctance to classify atrocities as crimes against humanity, as the cases of Joao Rodrigues and Wouter Basson demonstrate

NPA cool on ire over VBS saga’s glacial pace

The NPA has confirmed that the trial of the expected 10 accused in the VBS heist will be a marathon

R2.3bn VBS trial expected to only begin in 2022

The state is expected to request a 16 week-long trial, as delays stymie progress in the saga.

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Don’t be deceived: Covid-19 vaccines are not for sale

Police warn against fake Covid-19 vaccines and urge the public to report any criminal activities

Zondo deplores ‘attempted killing’ of state capture witness who implicated Molefe

The deputy chief justice says an attack on one witness may deter many others from giving evidence

State’s failure to act leaves Mpumalanga community at land grabbers’ mercy

Mpumalanga land claimants have been failed by state organs, whose officials are not helping them to remove land invaders, despite a court order

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