Our challenge to the abuse of the state’s surveillance capacity is coming to a head.
Paralysed mining company Aurora Empowerment Systems has cheated collapse once again after a year of surviving on little more than its political clout.
The investigation into the death of German businessman Uwe Gemballa is focusing on a circle of people around Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir.
Correctional services fighting to keep disputed catering contract.
Aurora Empowerment Systems is violating its agreement with liquidators by selling off assets from the liquidated Pamodzi mines.
The businessman who stands to make a fortune from controversial leasing deals with the police is himself the target of a police investigation.
Prosecutions chiefs blamed for Zuma impasse
Past drug claims dog businessman behind contentious circumcision device
A company co-owned by a close aide to PW Botha helped Iran evade American sanctions by sneaking a James Bond-style speedboat through South Africa.
While the struggling company faces liquidation, its troubled mines may yet be bailed out
The squeeze on Glenn Agliotti — key witness against Jackie Selebi and lone defendant in the Brett Kebble murder trial — is far from over.
On July 23 the M&G published a story alleging that Lillian Naicker, of the company Waste Rite, had been given access to details of a tender.
Justice Minister Jeff Radebe placed very little information before Zuma when the president appointed Menzi Simelane as head of the NPA.
Former police chief Jackie Selebi is pinning his hopes of staying out of jail on a criminal probe into Glenn Agliotti’s tax affairs.
The battle to get Czech fugitive and alleged crime boss Radovan Krejcir out of South Africa is heating up.
Police chief defends his tightening grip on the purse strings, saying he smelled a rat in the awarding of contracts.
The National Prosecuting Authority withdrew all charges against Sunday Times investigative journalist Mzilikazi wa Afrika on Tuesday morning.
Former police chief Jackie Selebi was granted leave to appeal only one aspect of his conviction by the South Gauteng High Court on Monday morning.
A company belonging to medical waste industry baron David Sekete pleaded guilty this week to unlawfully operating a waste disposal site.
Businessmen linked to Limpopo Premier Cassel Mathale and Julius Malema have emerged as beneficiaries of the medical waste management industry.
In 2007 the Northern Cape’s Richtersveld community won its celebrated case to secure reparations for the diamond fields it lost in colonial times.
The corruption probe centring on Uruguyan businessman Gaston Savoi and his Intaka health group is likely to have political fallout.