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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

Fraser opens perjury charges against those who implicated him before Zondo

Former State Security Agency boss Arthur Fraser goes on the offensive as allegations mount against him at the inquiry into state capture

Zondo commission: Fraser personally signed off on SSA payments to ANA

Journalists who received payments from the state security agency will be named only once the Zondo commission has notified them in writing

Ms K describes ‘separate and discrete’ SSA command structure to protect Zuma

Ms K’s and Mr Y’s affidavits and testimony have alleged a picture going back to 2008 of how the former president and his aides worked — and allegedly abused the SSA

Zondo tightens his grip with criminal complaint against Zuma

The state capture commission’s star witness now faces a criminal complaint and another summons

Zondo dismisses Zuma’s recusal application

The summons to compel the former president to appear before the state capture commission stands, says legal head

Legal bias doctrine basis of Zuma’s recusal application to Zondo

The former president’s advocate and commission lawyers were embroiled in a showdown of who best argued the apprehension of bias doctrine

Zondo commission: Threats to Agrizzi’s life continue

The former Bosasa says he has gotten to the constant threats but says he ought to take them more seriously

Bosasa was run like a cult — Agrizzi

A litany of allegations over corruption involving state departments has plagued Bosasa companies and directors for more than a decade

#StateCaptureInquiry: Nene met with the Guptas, but not for business

In his testimony, Nene revealed that he had visited the Gupta compound in Saxonwold for tea on three occasions: once in 2010 and twice more in 2014

#StateCaptureInquiry: Nene won’t speak on alleged Gupta ties — for now

On Tuesday, Business Day reported that Nhlanhla Nene had held several meetings with the Gupta family during his tenure as deputy finance minister

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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

We will find resources to ensure the Zondo commission completes its work — Lamola

Justice Minister Ronald Lamola says his department will ensure the state capture commission is afforded the financial resources to complete its work, despite the treasury’s uncertainty

Tobacco industry calls Dlamini-Zuma’s bid to appeal ban a costly folly

The minister could spend the state’s money on fighting Covid-19 and cigarette cartels, tobacco manufacturers argue

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