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Zuma must pay legal costs for review of state capture report

The former president thought the court erred by holding him personally liable for the legal costs

DA to report Vincent Smith to ethics committee over alleged Bosasa payments

It was reported on Sunday that Vincent Smith was paid at least R670 000 by Bosasa over the past three years

Maimane calls for urgent parliamentary sitting after ANC ‘jumped the gun’ on land

Maimane also hinted that the ANC was being 'led' by other parties on the issue, as it cannot amend the Constitution on its own

De Lille, speaker face motions of no confidence in Cape Town council

The motion against De Lille is the second brought by her own party that she will face in council this year

ANC ‘not targeting white farmers’ — Mashatile

The ANC treasurer general says the messaging of the land debate is becoming distorted

Manana has ‘taken full responsibility’ and ‘shown remorse’ — Mthembu

The embattled former deputy minister announced his voluntary resignation in a statement on Tuesday afternoon

ConCourt grants Mkhwebane direct access to appeal personal costs order

In February, Mkhwebane was ordered to pay 15% of the legal costs of the South African Reserve Bank's challenge to her Absa/Bankorp report

Manana to face ethics probe over assault of 3 women

Mduduzi Manana was convicted of three counts of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm in September 2017, after pleading guilty to the charges

NPA declines to prosecute Mduduzi Manana

Mduduzi Manana allegedly tried to push his domestic worker Christine Wiro down a flight of stairs in May

DA lays criminal complaint against Magashule for ‘failing’ to report alleged murder

The DA has submitted a written question to the then premier, asking him whether an autopsy was conducted to identify the cause of death

‘We may have over-reached’ — JP Smith on trying to curtail De Lille powers

The DA intends to table a new motion of no confidence against De Lille in council with Smith saying it could happen before the end of July

De Lille: ‘DA must pay more than R1m for my legal fees’

The court set aside the DA's "unlawful" determination that De Lille had ceased to be a party member following comments she made on radio, with costs

De Lille’s review of Steenhuisen report postponed to November

De Lille wanted to ask the court on Thursday to compel the DA to submit evidence used in to formulate the report

DA to seek another motion of no confidence in De Lille after court loss

​The DA will seek to move for another motion of no confidence in Mayor Patricia de Lille, after the high court ruled in her favour on Wednesday

De Lille back in court to hear her fate

The mayor took the DA to court after the party's leaders "determined" that she breached one of its constitutional clauses during a radio interview

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Zuma’s namesake organisation twists facts and the law – he told Zondo he would answer questions but only in private to the deputy chief justice

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