Schabir Shaik

Presidency confirms Shaik pardon application

After many mixed messages, the presidency has confirmed receiving an application for a presidential pardon from convicted fraudster Schabir Shaik.

DA seeks answers on Shaik, De Kock pardons

The DA has insisted on an answer from the Presidency on whether Schabir Shaik and Eugene de Kock are being considered for presidential pardons.

‘People should stop stressing’ about pardons

President Jacob Zuma has not denied that Schabir Shaik has applied for a presidential pardon, but has not yet seen the application.

Presidency quashes talk of pardons

The Presidency on Sunday denied considering any applications for presidential pardons amid an outcry from political parties and the media.

Shaik ‘got permission’ for lodge visit

Schabir Shaik received permission from his parole officer to recuperate in a luxury lodge following his release from prison last year.

Schabir Shaik’s parole paradise

Schabir Shaik stayed at the Zululand game lodge Thanda Private Game Reserve for three nights in June, shortly after he was released from prison.

DA says Shaik, De Kock have not repaid debt to society

Possible pardons for fraud convict Schabir Shaik or former Vlakplaas death-squad leader Eugene de Kock would be unwarranted, the DA said on Tuesday.

Take2: Let Schabir drive his BMW

So fraud convict Schabir Shaik was spotted driving around Durban with his black BMW. So what?

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One law for the poor, another for the politically connected?

It is worrying that correctional services is refusing to adhere to the principle of accountability in the case of Schabir Shaik's parole.

Death key to truth

It is simply not good enough for Ngconde Balfour to bluster that he has applied his mind, and show us all his familiar middle finger.

‘I’ve lost faith in the ANC’

Nosimilo Ndlovu and Thembelihle Tshabalala asked ordinary South Africans to share their views on the possibility of a new political party.

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