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Unlawful payments and a solid state witness could sink Ace Magashule

Magashule’s personal assistant is working with prosecutors to reveal how the R255-million cash was moved

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

Tyresome lower-case tornado

Tony Yengeni’s tweet implied Mashaba should be necklaced. He has been widely criticised for this, and the DA has laid a charge.

Editorial: ANC to blame for Present dilemma

It is the ANC’s record of corruption that will be weighing on voters’ minds as they go to the polls next year

ANC to launch manifesto forums ahead of 2019 elections

​The ANC has announced that it will launch manifesto forums across the country to hear what South Africans want from the governing party

‘Some of us are very hurt’ by negative comments about Mam’ Winnie – Yengeni

An ANC NEC member has not taken kindly to criticism of struggle stalwart Winnie Madikizela-Mandela

Pallo Jordan and six other politicians caught in their lies

Many senior South African politicians have lied blatantly – only to be exposed by the law – so Pallo Jordan marks a break of sorts with the past.

Yengeni appears in court on drunk driving charges

ANC heavyweight Tony Yengeni has made his second appearance in the Cape Town Magistrate's Court on charges of drunken and reckless driving.

Drunk driving case against Yengeni postponed

The drunken driving case against ANC NEC member Tony Yengeni has been postponed until June.

ANC: Devious or Dim?

The ANC claims they're vindicated by a Press Council verdict on a recent M&G headline. Play "Devious, or Dim?". You be the judge.

Tony Yengeni: Struggle veteran to flawed politician

Despite his flagging influence, Tony Yengeni remains a public persona that people love to hate.

Yengeni was not targeted, say Cape Town police

The City of Cape Town says the cops who pulled Tony Yengeni over for drunk driving had reasons to do so and did not target him.

Revealed: Yengeni’s R6-million ‘kickback’ agreement

A raid on a German company has revealed a record of a deal signed by ANC heavyweight Tony Yengeni when he headed Parliament's defence committee.

Second transition: Yengeni clears the air

We chat to ANC NEC member Tony Yengeni about some of the rumours flying around the ANC policy conference regarding the 'second transition' document.

From bully boys to wimps: the decline of SA’s military

A comprehensive review of SA's military capabilities paints a grim picture of the country's defence capabilities. Let's hope Lesotho doesn't invade.

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