For more than a decade, financial services firm Regiments has managed billions on behalf of the City of Johannesburg. It is one of the city’s most lucrative but controversial contracts. New evidence shows that Regiments paid a top ANC leader millions to smooth its way.
The state has accused former police boss Jackie Selebi of changing his evidence to distance himself from drug lord Glenn Agliotti.
The former police commissioner also blames the M&G for his trial and denies that he received money or gifts from long-time friend Glenn Agliotti.
Heavy political muscle may wield the balance of power in the R5?billion Mittal/Kumba stand-off.
There is a question mark over where the proceeds of R120-million in gold sales have gone.
Advocate faces charges after trying to peddle influence for a R5-million fee.
The mooted Amakhosi stadium has been plagued by delays — and the community has had enough.
Jackie Selebi told a court on Thursday that the NPA had planned to prosecute former president Thabo Mbeki for crimes committed during the struggle.
Was Jackie Selebi wrong to enter a gun battle with just a Swiss army knife?
The Catholic bishop who made the call on whether sexual abuse complaints in Johannesburg should be investigated was himself accused of being an abuser
Joint liquidators of the troubled Pamodzi Gold mines being run by Aurora Empowerment Systems appear poised to scrap their deal with Aurora.
Convicted fraudster Schabir Shaik’s brother Yunis played a central role in the dismissal of two whistleblowers who exposed their employer.
An indictment of GNS — the company linked to Siphiwe Nyanda — has been exposed in a court application to review the findings of a Transnet hearing.
Unexplained deposits in Joe Modise’s bank account add to the mounting questions about the arms deal.
The apparent financial meltdown of a mine purchased by a company chaired by President Jacob Zuma’s nephew has raised questions about the deal.
Here are the business interests of “Zuma Incorporated” — of President Jacob Zuma and his women, children and other close relatives.
An investigation by the M&G suggests Jacob Zuma’s women and children are bidding for private benefit from their presidential connections.