Schabir Shaik

 
Big legal battles for prominent SA officials scheduled for June
Big legal battles for prominent SA officials scheduled for June
Prominent public figures risk losing their jobs or facing jail time as legal cases involving several South African politicians and high-ranking...
Zuma: 'Innocent until proven otherwise'
Zuma: 'Innocent until proven otherwise'
Former president Jacob Zuma has proclaimed his innocence, telling his supporters that he is being targeted because...
I dug Winnie, she stood her ground
I dug Winnie, she stood her ground
Wednesday. The truncated week courtesy of a work-free Monday has an off-kilter feel about it. The day in the ocean was marvellous but there’s a...
Zuma's been served
Zuma's been served
A summons related to the arms...
Zuma to receive official summons to be in court in April
Zuma to receive official summons to be in court in April
Former president Jacob Zuma is expected to be issued with a summons to appear in the Durban High Court in April on corruption charges.
Zuma will be handled like ‘any other’
Zuma will be handled like ‘any other’
KwaZulu-Natal prosecutions boss, advocate Moipone Noko, said she would treat former president Jacob Zuma’s impending corruption case like “any...
Schabir Shaik speaks: The law must take its course
Schabir Shaik speaks: The law must take its course
One-time financial advisor to former president Jacob Zuma, Schabir Shaik, was tight-lipped on the National Prosecuting Authority's (NPA's) decision...
Zuma charges loom over KZN campaign
Zuma charges loom over KZN campaign
Although former president Jacob Zuma received a hero’s welcome during the ANC’s voter registration campaign last weekend, it not clear at this...
Zuma’s corrosive legacy is self-inflicted
Zuma’s corrosive legacy is self-inflicted
He worked his way up from poverty and imprisonment for his political beliefs to become the country’s leader but he will be remembered for a...
Zuma's five biggest career scandals
Zuma's five biggest career scandals
With the resignation of President Jacob Zuma with immediate effect, comes an end to a controversial and turbulent period in South Africa's...
Guns blazing or sweet surrender?
Guns blazing or sweet surrender?
Thursday. The fine mist of rain over Durban has ended a series of madly humid days. I’m under the duvet for the first time in about three months....

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