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Former state security minister Bongo back in court

Bongo and his co-accused will appear in the Nelspruit magistrate’s court in Mpumalanga over charges of fraud, corruption and theft

Unions cry foul over SABC dismissal costs and retrenchments

Broadcaster bodies say claims that a recent skills audit is unrelated to retrenchments are ‘irrational’

‘Down and out’ Bongo to sue Parliament for defamation

Bongo, who faces another investigation of fraud and corruption by the Hawks, is now an ANC backbencher

Parly disciplinary hearings loom for Bongo, Manana

ANC MP Amos Masondo confirmed he has referred Manana and Bongo to the subcommittee which organises disciplinary hearings

Parliament legal resources stretched as Zwane inquiry looms

Parliament has only 9 legal advisers but there are currently more than 40 committees in the House and five state capture inquiries to be established

ANC chief whip wants state security minister to be investigated

Bongo allegedly received instructions from Eskom's Zethembe Khoza to bribe the head evidence leader and collapse the inquiry into the utility.

DA lays corruption charges against State Security Minister Bongani Bongo

The charges relate to allegations that Bongo allegedly offered to bribe the evidence leader in the Parliamentary inquiry into state capture at Eskom

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