In an exclusive interview, the man charged with orchestrating the pillage that led to VBS Mutual Bank’s ruin, claimed he is the victim of powerful political forces that conspired to destroy South Africa’s only black-owned bank and pin fictitious crimes on him.
Drug dealer Glenn Agliotti’s defence counsel, Laurance Hodes, wants the murder charges against his client withdrawn.
Clinton Nassif had lied about being asleep when mining magnate Brett Kebble was killed, defence counsel Laurance Hodes said on Wednesday.
Clinton Nassif’s attorney harassed Brett Kebble’s former business partner, John Stratton, in Australia to discuss a plea bargain, a court has heard.
Former Kebble security boss Clinton Nassif has now sat through two-and-a-half days of cross-examination.
Former police chief Jackie Selebi has been sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment for corruption.
Former Kebble security boss Clinton Nassif was accused of lying in the South Gauteng High Court on Monday morning.
The prosecutor in Jackie Selebi’s corruption trial has asked the court to jail the former top cop for more than 15 years.
Circumstantial evidence links Human Settlements Minister Tokyo Sexwale to two opaque companies fronted by President Jacob Zuma’s nephew.
Brett Kebble’s former strongman described in vivid detail this week the violence and deceit that lay beneath the surface of Kebble’s opulent life.
Glenn Agliotti’s defence counsel Laurance Hodes spent Wednesday afternoon tearing into the credibility of state witness Alexis Christopher.
All three men involved in the murder of Brett Kebble have now testified, and have admitted that Glenn Agliotti was not directly responsible.
Bouncer Nigel McGurk told the court in detail on Tuesday about the plans to shoot former Allan Gray chief investment officer Stephen Mildenhall.
The South Gauteng High Court heard on Tuesday how security boss Clinton Nassif hired “heavies” to intimidate and shoot people.
Glenn Agliotti, the man charged with murdering mining boss Brett Kebble in September 2005, pleaded not guilty to four charges on Monday morning.
An overheating car and a jammed gun led to the “assisted suicide” of mining magnate Brett Kebble being postponed twice.
Questions have arisen about Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane’s response to an incident involving her son, a stolen car and a fire-damaged house.
A report has found that law enforcement agencies have been slack about fighting corruption since the Scorpions were shut down.
SAA paid out bonuses of R60,7-million to 153 managers over three years — at an average of almost R400 000 per employee.
The City of Jo’burg awarded a R500-million tender to a consortium that allegedly saw the tender documents six months before the tender was advertised.
There was something very odd about Jackie Selebi’s choice of policeman to testify about his abilities and dedication as police chief this week.
An exodus of senior managers from the communications department has followed Mamodupi Mohlala’s appointment as director general 10 months ago.