As bloodshed and intimidation mar the long distance transport sector, bus company Intercape has pointed fingers at taxi bosses, accusing them of sustained mafia-style tactics and attempts at price-fixing — while the authorities, Intercape alleges, did little or nothing.
An acting director general was appointed for two days this week in the communications department after a mysterious fallout.
President Jacob Zuma met the boss of a South Korean shipping multinational before the Korean signed a major deal with Zuma’s nephew on Monday.
While Siphiwe Nyanda was living a five-star life at Cape Town’s top hotels, his deputy minister and director general were following his example.
Jackie Selebi was a “hands-on” police boss who was well respected by his senior colleagues, the South Gauteng High Court heard on Wednesday.
State prosecutor Gerrie Nel told the South Gauteng High Court on Wednesday the state would apply to confiscate the former police chief’s assets.
Former police chief Jackie Selebi will have to wait until the first week of August to know if he will spend the next 15 years behind bars.
Prosecutions boss has been asked to explain his evidence against Vusi Pikoli before the Ginwala Inquiry to the Johannesburg Bar
Jo’burg’s waste management company, Pikitup, is bleeding millions in a contract with a company booted out of a separate R28-million municipal tender.
The controversy surrounding a land deal on the banks of Hartbeespoort Dam escalated this week.
Julius Malema may have shot himself in the foot by telling the taxman he does not benefit financially from business dealings but receives “donations”.
But once it’s over, who will pay the bills … and who will laugh all the way to the bank?
How Jacob Zuma’s family’s fortunes have literally taken a turn for the better since his presidency.
Jackie Selebi is down for corruption.
Since he entered South Africa on a false passport, Czech fugitive and alleged crime boss Radovan Krejcir has caused nothing but trouble.
Judge Meyer Joffe lashed out at Jackie Selebi’s unreliable conduct as a witness on Friday, saying his was not an example to be emulated.
Some in Cape Town needed only the exit of Bafana Bafana from the tournament last week Tuesday to begin the xenophobic hatred.
As Judge Meyer Joffe summed up the evidence against Jackie Selebi on Thursday, government agencies were lurking in the wings.
Two people are especially interested in the Brett Kebble murder trial, due to start on July 26: Brett’s father, Roger, and Piet Byleveld.
Company has a share in controversial property, contractors told.
Jackie Selebi, the former head of the South African Police Service, was convicted on one count of corruption by Judge Meyer Joffe on Friday.
On May 26 2006 the M&G published its first exposé of the links between Jackie Selebi and a man called Glenn Agliotti.