27th June 2016
South African President Jacob Zuma should pay back $500,000 of public funds spent upgrading his private residence with facilities including a chicken coop and a swimming pool, the treasury said Monday. In March, the country’s highest court found that the president had violated the constitution by defying an order… Read More
24th June 2016
Six weeks before crucial municipal elections, ANC leader and South African President Jacob Zuma has suffered another courtroom setback. Corruption charges against him, once believed buried, are resurfacing. Read More
21st June 2016
The former managing director of Eskom, Dawid Malherbe, was found guilty of fraud and money laundering on Friday at the Bellville Specialised Commercial Court, police said in a statement. Malherbe was arrested with another suspect in 2013 after a whistle blower alerted the Hawks to irregularities in the power utility’s tender… Read More
7th June 2016
South African Public Protector Thuli Madonsela said on Tuesday she wants more resources to investigate whether President Jacob Zuma allowed a wealthy business family to decide on cabinet appointments. Read More
3rd June 2016
SASSA recently briefed the Standing Committee on Community Development in the Western Cape Provincial Parliament Read More
23rd May 2016
South Africa's prosecution says it will appeal against a court ruling that it should reconsider corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma. Read More
12th May 2016
South Africa will have connected 7,000 megawatts (MW) of renewable power to its grid by mid this year, the energy minister said on Wednesday, and reiterated that a planned nuclear expansion would be “corruption free”. Read More
29th April 2016
South Africa's High Court has ruled that a decision to drop 783 corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma should be reviewed. Read More
18th April 2016
An international fraud investigation raises vexing questions. Read More
4th April 2016
SOUTH AFRICA – The Panama Papers, which purport to show how world leaders and companies hid funds away in banks and shadow companies, have uncovered how a law firm abroad was used to protect people involved in one of South Africa’s biggest white collar fraud scandals. Read More