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Zondo asks Constitutional Court to jail Zuma for two years for continued defiance

Zondo commission files urgent court papers asking that former president Jacob Zuma be imprisoned because his stance risks undermining the rule of law

Somizi, will you judge this song & dance?

Hlophe? Mogoeng? Judge Judy? Zuma’s selection of judges could mutate as fast as versions of Jacques Pauw’s weekend

Lamola warns of anarchy after Zuma’s latest attack on the courts

The justice minister says our democracy was built on the rule of law, and that the Zondo commission has shown the dangers of disrespect for constitutional order

Malema shores up Zuma’s attack on the judiciary

EFF leader warns judges they will be ‘overthrown’ for bias in favour of the ruling establishment

The case for the ConCourt’s nonintervention in the latest Zondo drama

Running to Braamfontein every time Zuma breaks the law is surely not the way to go.

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

Editorial: Does the ANC give a damn about South Africa?

Citizens will continue to pay the price for the ruling party’s internal battles for control

Naidoo pushes limits of plausible deniability on Eskom board’s knowledge of Tegeta

As former Eskom board member Pat Naidoo claims ignorance of Tegeta deal, Zondo counters that the evidence was staring him in the face

Smith flounders as Zondo asks why he did not sound the alarm on Bosasa

The state capture inquiry confronts the corruption-accused MP on his track record of inaction on Bosasa, which made R7-billion off the state

ANC MPs put loyalty to the party first at all times, lawmaker tells state capture inquiry

MPs were helpless to stop runaway losses and probe locomotive deal at Prasa, Zondo commission hears as it mulls parliament’s role in state capture era

Give Zuma a chance to reconsider defying ConCourt, says Ramaphosa

The former president is being advised by various leaders to appear before the state capture commission

Zondo to consider ANC leaders’ role in abetting state capture

Evidence presented at the commission points to the governing party’s MPs not being allowed to carry out their oversight functions

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.

Eastern Cape ANC calls for Zuma’s suspension

The Eastern Cape is the first of the party’s provincial executives to come out against Zuma’s defiance of the Zondo Commission, and is calling for his suspension

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Mboweni says no more Zondo funding as court extends commission’s lifespan

The finance minister suggests money should be found from the cash-strapped justice department

SABC retrenchment process set to be finalised on Friday

At a portfolio committee meeting on Tuesday, developing a sustainable funding model for the SABC was top of the agenda

Slain top cop blamed for not cooperating with police

The widow of Charl Kinnear submitted a petition to parliament to find out why protection services were withdrawn before her husband’s assassination

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