Selebi challenges corruption conviction

Selebi challenges corruption conviction

Corrupt former police national commissioner Jackie Selebi has filed for leave to appeal against his conviction and sentence.

Kebble death 'needed to look like a hit'

Kebble death ‘needed to look like a hit’

Mining magnate Brett Kebble needed to die in a way that would look like a hit so that his family could claim money from insurance, a court has heard.

Court deals blow to state in Agliotti trial

Court deals blow to state in Agliotti trial

In a blow to the state’s case, murder accused Glenn Agliotti’s damning statement made in his bail application has not been admitted as evidence.

Squabbles over cellphone records at Agliotti trial

Squabbles over cellphone records at Agliotti trial

The state has implied that Glenn Agliotti’s defence team may have manipulated his cellphone records.

Mystery of Aurora corpses

Mystery of Aurora corpses

Uncertainty shrouds the cause of death of four men — allegedly illegal miners — whose bodies were found on Thursday in an underground in a mine.

Who is Sivi Gounden

Who is Sivi Gounden, Keysha Investments?

Sivi Gounden, who shot to prominence in the Lonmin row that erupted last week, is considered both technically competent and politically connected.

Zuma Jnr heading for first billion

Zuma Jnr heading for first billion

President’s son and deputy president’s girlfriend hit the jackpot in ArcelorMittal empowerment deal.

Keeping house for Kebble

Keeping house for Kebble

Tycoon’s butler relates how his boss acted out of character and was depressed before his death

Kebble 'depressed and troubled' before his death

Kebble ‘depressed and troubled’ before his death

On Wednesday, Brett Kebble’s housekeeper, Andrew Minnaar, gave a court some insight into Kebble’s state of mind in the days before his death.

Kebble murder trail: Cellphone records under scrutiny

Kebble murder trail: Cellphone records under scrutiny

The defence counsel for murder accused Glenn Agliotti on Tuesday took the state’s witness on cellphone records to task.

Kebble: State on the skids

Kebble: State on the skids

If Clinton Nassif is all the state has to nail Glenn Agliotti for the murder of mining magnate Brett Kebble, they’re in trouble.

Mpho Pule was a grandmother in her fifties when she was told that Nelson Mandela was her father.

Mpho Pule was a grandmother in her fifties when she was told that Nelson Mandela was her father.

She spent the next 12 years trying to meet him.

Agliotti no longer under house arrest

Agliotti no longer under house arrest

Judge Frans Kgomo relaxed the bail conditions of Glenn Agliotti in the South Gauteng High Court on Thursday morning.

Agliotti wants murder charges dropped

Agliotti wants murder charges dropped

Drug dealer Glenn Agliotti’s defence counsel, Laurance Hodes, wants the murder charges against his client withdrawn.

Nassif grilled about night of Kebble's murder

Nassif grilled about night of Kebble’s murder

Clinton Nassif had lied about being asleep when mining magnate Brett Kebble was killed, defence counsel Laurance Hodes said on Wednesday.

Court told of lawyer's overture to Stratton

Court told of lawyer’s overture to Stratton

Clinton Nassif’s attorney harassed Brett Kebble’s former business partner, John Stratton, in Australia to discuss a plea bargain, a court has heard.

Kebble trial: 'Tired' Nassif told to rest

Kebble trial: ‘Tired’ Nassif told to rest

Former Kebble security boss Clinton Nassif has now sat through two-and-a-half days of cross-examination.

Selebi sentenced to 15 years

Selebi sentenced to 15 years

Former police chief Jackie Selebi has been sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment for corruption.

Former Kebble security boss accused of lying

Former Kebble security boss accused of lying

Former Kebble security boss Clinton Nassif was accused of lying in the South Gauteng High Court on Monday morning.

State seeks stiff sentence for Selebi

State seeks stiff sentence for Selebi

The prosecutor in Jackie Selebi’s corruption trial has asked the court to jail the former top cop for more than 15 years.

Zuma Inc's DRC oil coup (and the Tokyo factor)

Zuma Inc’s DRC oil coup (and the Tokyo factor)

Circumstantial evidence links Human Settlements Minister Tokyo Sexwale to two opaque companies fronted by President Jacob Zuma’s nephew.