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Bribing a minister isn’t cheap

The charges against former transport minister Sbu Ndebele and two department officials paint a picture of a sliding scale of backhanders.

Probe into Mangaung prison torture nearly complete

A two-pronged probe into allegations of torture at Mangaung prison will be completed in the next two weeks, MPs have been told.

Selebi photographed shopping while on medical parole

Convicted criminal and former police chief Jackie Selebi has been seen shopping and appeared to be in good health, says a report.

Ndebele ‘against stigmatisation of ex-offenders’

Correctional Services minister Sibusiso Ndebele has called on South Africans not to judge offenders who've paid their dues to society.

Ndebele: Over 12 000 correctional officials ‘corrected’

Correctional Services Minister Sibusiso Ndebele says there has been thousands of disciplinary hearings involving prisons staff.

Prisons minister takes flak for overcrowding

Government is trying to address overcrowding in prisons, it responded on Sunday to a call to be held responsible for stabbing deaths at a prison.

Shuffle kerfuffle: Why Zuma sentenced Ndebele to prisons

Sibusiso Ndebele was moved from transport to correctional services after wandering into the president's firing line during the e-tolling meltdown.

Ndebele worried about border congestion and delays

Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele has revealed government's concern about the congestion at South Africa's border posts, particularly at Beitbridge.

Ndebele: ‘Key lesson’ learnt from e-tolling

Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele has said the government will in future proceed more carefully with the introduction of e-tolling.

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