They have on the whole served satisfactorily, but the department has
also been marred by decades of maladministration and corruption
Co-founded by Tokyo Sexwale, the electrified series is set to go racing in 2024
A credible campaign is one that involves the essence of the ANC and individual character
Zandile Mafe took a nap outside parliament. Does that make him a
Never mind the past: at the Zondo commission Ramaphosa looked to the future — and local government elections
As the wannabe president cuts loose, uBaba’s lawyers cut him loose, but other people’s money never dries up
The businessman alleges that money from a heritage fund meant for the poor has been stolen. But treasury and the Reserve Bank have called the fund a scam
The La Liga champion’s visit is seen as a major score not just for the Pretoria club, but South African football as a whole
A delayed elective congress and ongoing Bafana bungles place the body’s credibility on the line
As Nasrec heats up, residents of nearby Soweto hope for an ANC that will do better
Salim Essa has sold his 60% stake in Trillian Capital Partners to CEO Eric Wood, now majority shareholder.
With a history of allegations stacked up against it, Trillian has become one of the firms at the heart of state capture.
‘Patently false and dishonest’: A new report blows open Trillian state capture case and a last-gasp bid to halt its release by ousting Tokyo Sexwale
Nonexecutive chair Tokyo Sexwale released the report on, among other things, claims that Trillion irregularly scored millions from state contracts.
A trio of companies “paid” R235-million towards the Guptas’ bill for Optimum Coal.
Sexwale is planning an investigation into allegations that Trillian staff had pre-knowledge that President Zuma was going to replace Nhlanhla Nene.
A self-confessed fixer claims he passed on money to secure mining rights in many African countries
Politically-linked multimillionaire Walter Hennig has been associated with the bribery of officials in three African countries for mining rights.
The former Cabinet minister has criticised President Jacob Zuma, saying he had backtracked in the wake of serious economic repercussions.
Sexwale’s opaque and controversial business dealings, particularly on our continent, raise obvious questions about whether he has the right profile.
Anti-apartheid stalwart and controversial businessperson Tokyo Sexwale is bidding to replace Sepp Blatter to become the first African FIFA president.
Following Tokyo Sexwale’s detainment, Dirco says it will push ahead in its bid to rectify US travel restrictions on some former freedom fighters.
Businessman Tokyo Sexwale was briefly detained in New York, for being on a list of banned persons in the US, according to a news report.
In 2004, not long before it was finally shut down, the senior editorial team of ThisDay newspaper gathered for a regular daily news conference.
Thousands of South Africans earn too much to qualify for an RDP home and too little get a mortgage. Many are losing hope.
The fight between Tokyo Sexwale, Bally Chuene, George Bizos, and the Mandelas for legal rights might be further delayed or struck off the court roll.
Former human settlements minister Tokyo Sexwale "respected" President Jacob Zuma’s decision, reports the New Age.
While Jacob Zuma’s Cabinet reshuffle has been lauded by many, some have questioned the motives behind the move and a few of the new appointments.
President Jacob Zuma has announced changes in his Cabinet, including booting presidential hopeful Tokyo Sexwale and communications minister Dina Pule.
The main focus of the department of human settlement’s housing delivery strategy remains the poorest of the poor.
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Nelson Mandela’s children have launched a court bid to remove advocate George Bizos and others as directors of two of his companies, states a report.