After more than two years of investigating South Africa’s controversial multi-billion rand arms procurements, another two evidence leaders employed by the commission of inquiry have called it quits.
Charl du Plessis
A prominent grouping of South African lawyers has supported the ANC in Parliament’s call for Israel’s ambassador to South Africa, Arthur Lenk, to be expelled.
The Supreme Court of Appeal has rejected the appeal of a man accused of calling a black woman a “kaf**r” in a dispute over parking at the University of the Free State (UFS).
A shocking new video, stills of which are pictured alongside and below, that has emerged of Oscar Pistorius moving rapidly on his stumps with an imaginary gun in front of him appears to have raised question marks about the athlete’s testimony.
Oscar Pistorius smirked when state prosecutor Gerrie Nel said the Paralympian had “calculated reasons” for wanting to take Reeva Steenkamp to an athletics competition.
Oscar Pistorius’ first defence witness after a month-long adjournment has testified about how vulnerable the athlete was without his prosthetic legs.
If you want to understand the dirty war that is being fought in the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA), head for the heart of Johannesburg’s hipster district.
Suspended crime intelligence head Richard Mdluli will be charged with kidnapping, assault and intimidation related to the unsolved 1999 Oupa Ramogibe murder case.
A Pedi man who has tried to back out of his traditional marriage has been resolutely smacked down by five judges at the Supreme Court of Appeal.
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng has assured South Africans they are “entitled to be as promiscuous as you want” but that we should perhaps slow down when it comes to the topic.
President Jacob Zuma’s bid to keep secret the “spy tapes” that got him off the hook on fraud and corruption charges will be heard in the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) in just more than two months’ time.
Lawyers of President Jacob Zuma say the “spy tapes” should remain secret because they’re a bit like a photograph that shows a supposedly dead person still alive and well in Paris.
- Brian Hlongwa corruption allegations taken to integrity committee
- KZN councillors slash R1.3m from personal debt to councils
- ‘Expel Israeli ambassador’ say pro-Palestine picketers
- King Zwelithini’s sixth wedding, tight deadlines and 3G gridlock
- Aleck Skhosana questions team selection for African Championships
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In the wake of Mandela Day, Milisithando Bongela questions what the pervasive image of Madiba and the narrative of ‘reconciliation’ really means.
Readers react cynically to the news that Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi is cracking the whip over Nkandla spending
The era of having your cake and eating it seems to be coming to an end for government officials suspended on full pay. That’s if Public Service and Administration Minister Collins Chabane gets his way.