President Cyril Ramaphosa and Chief Justice Raymond Zondo have denied claims of judicial interference following a delay in releasing the final part of the state capture report.
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Former President Jacob Zuma “readily opened doors” for the Guptas to capture South Africa’s SOEs, the state capture commission of inquiry has found.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has defended his decision to keep Gwede Mantashe and Zizi Kodwa in the Executive in his recent Cabinet reshuffle.
President Cyril Ramaphosa was unable to explain why he appointed David Mahlobo and Arthur Fraser despite serious SSA-related allegations against them.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says he wanted to resign as Deputy President of the Republic when then-President Jacob Zuma appointed Des van Rooyen as Finance Minister.
Police Minister Bheki Cele says SAPS will delay the arrest of former President Jacob Zuma until his rescission bid is finalised.
Former President Jacob Zuma must present himself at either Nkandla or Johannesburg central police station within five days to start his sentence, the Court ruled.
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, says the state capture inquiry will ask the Pretoria high court for a three-month extension to complete its work.
Former President Jacob Zuma failed to file records of his appeal as well as heads of argument, forcing the Constitutional Court to strike the matter off the roll.
Should the commission get the additional R90 million, it would have used R965 million since it started its operations in 2018.