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Another wait for Jacob Zuma’s day in court

A challenge to the racketeering case against co-accused Thales will be heard only next year

Q&A Sessions: Frank Chikane on the rainbow where colours never meet

Reverend Frank Chikane has just completed six years as the chairperson of the Kagiso Trust. He speaks about corruption, his children’s views and how churches can be mobilised

How graft arrests came together

Learning from its failure to turn the Schabir Shaik conviction into one for Jacob Zuma, the state is now building an effective system for catching thieves. Khaya Koko, Sabelo Skiti and Paddy Harper take a look behind the scenes at how law enforcement agencies have started creating consequences for the corrupt

Seriti report slammed by Open Secrets and Shadow World Investigations

Last year, the high court set aside the findings of the commission of inquiry into the arms deal scandal. Now activists are calling on the judicial conduct committee to investigate the judges in charge

New delay in Zuma case as Thales challenges racketeering charges

The former president’s bid for an October trial date seems set to fail

Nxamalala contracts the Shaiks

There is no name yet for Jacob Zuma’s medical condition, but he obviously doubts the NHI can cure it

Arrest warrant issued for no-show Zuma

The high court wants more details about the nature of the illness preventing the former president from appearing on corruption charges

A stay of prosecution for Zuma would threaten the rule of law — state

State argues that it is important for the law to treat important public officials the same as everybody else

JZ’s battle to avoid ‘tainted’ trial

Former president Jacob Zuma is seeking a permanent stay of prosecution in the corruption case against him that has dragged on for 15 years

Zuma stay of prosecution application must be dismissed, NPA argues

The prosecuting authority believes there is a strong case against the former president

Check, my mate was right

The smart lawyer’s money was on Zuma screwing the system – and Gigaba, well, himself

JZ’s legal options unpacked

There’s a good chance the ex-president’s new heavyweights will claim he won’t get a fair trial

I dug Winnie, she stood her ground

Daddy did too, finding time to visit her family while his own reckoning looms

Zuma’s been served

An indictment has been served on former president Jacob Zuma

Zuma to receive official summons to be in court in April

​Former president Jacob Zuma is expected to be issued with a summons this week to appear in the Durban High Court in April on corruption charges

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