Convicted perjurer Bathabile Dlamini is expected to be sentenced at the Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court on Friday, 1 April.
The ANC is under immense pressure to act against Bathabile Dlamini, after a court recently found her guilty of perjury
ANC Women’s League President Bathabile Dlamini’s future in the party hangs in the balance after a court found her guilty of perjury
ANCWL president Bathabile Dlamini has hit back at ANC treasurer-general Paul Mashatile after he spoke about her resigning.
Former minister Bathabile Dlamini was recently convicted for perjury and could soon find herself in trouble with the ANC
Despite years of failings and court cases, Bathabile Dlamini has clung to the ANC. The party is now meeting to discuss her fate…
The NPA pleaded with the court to impose a sentence on Bathabile Dlamini that will send a message to others that perjury cannot be tolerated.
Bathabile Dlamini’s lawyers are pleading poverty in court on Wednesday afternoon – but her total earnings beg to differ.
Bathabile Dlamini now faces an uncertain future, after a court found her guilty of committing perjury – but is her freedom at stake?
Former minister Bathabile Dlamini is accused of lying under oath during an inquiry into the social grants saga back in 2017
Former minister Bathabile Dlamini’s application to have her perjury charges dropped has failed in the Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court.
Former Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini is accused of lying under oath during an inquiry into the 2016 social grants saga
Former Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini is accused of lying under oath during an inquiry into the social grants saga
The ANC says it hopes Bathabile Dlamini successfully completes her treatment and can return to office and continue serving the party
Bathabile Dlamini is accused of lying under oath during a probe into the social grants saga that was instituted by the Constitutional Court
The ConCourt ordered that Bathabile Dlamini pay a portion of legal costs from her own pocket regarding the social grants crisis and she finally has.
Sassa under CEO Virginia Peterson is reported to have spent a total of R3.5 million in security for Bathabile Dlamini’s children and her spokesperson Lumka Oliphant
Former Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini has said that contrary to a Sunday Times report, she has actually received a summons from a court sheriff in relation to the Sassa debacle
The Department of Justice and Constitutional Development said it was the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) which ordered that Bathabile Dlamini’s pension be blocked
Catch her if you can: Despite being spotted in Bloemfontein over the weekend, ConCourt officials are having a hard time locating Bathabile Dlamini.
All of Jacob Zuma’s fierce loyalists have come to the frontline in this battle. Now Bathabile Dlamini has ranted about JZ’s court-ordered arrest warrant.
Dlamini, after a brief hiatus from public service, is back.
We’re not sure how well this one is going to go down: But Bathabile Dlamini has been cleared by the Public Protector, following a complaint from the DA.
The party claims to have received trusted information regarding Dlamini’s rumoured appointment.
The DA stated that an Ambassador should not have a past as checkered as the three candidates in line to replace Bruce Koloane.