Tom Moyane has been weighed and found seriously wanting.
This time the charges will relate to the so-called rogue unit.
Good news everyone, NPA boss Shaun Abrahams might be getting ready to drop the so-called ‘charges’ against the finance minister… likely because he didn’t stand a snowball’s chance in hell of getting a conviction.
Couldn’t make this ish up if you tried.
All signs point to disaster if Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan is given the boot.
Jonas Makwakwa is reportedly facing investigation for ‘suspicious’ and ‘unusual’ cash payments.
The South African Communist party has broken ranks with the tripartite alliance and spoken out against what it believes is a political vendetta against finance minister Pravin Gordhan.
The National Prosecuting Authority has reportedly lined up more than 30 witnesses to testify against finance minister Pravin Gordhan in what many have labelled a political attack against the minister for trying to reign in government spending.
Amid speculation that Zuma wants to get rid of Gordhan, the president has come out in support of our beleaguered finance minister.
The government clarified President Jacob Zuma’s role in the leadership of state owned companies (SOCs) on Tuesday, amid allegations of state capture where the Guptas use their friendship with Zuma as a way of winning contracts in the critical sector.
If the Zuma family thought they couldn’t afford R7.8 million then the potential tax repayment might come as a major shock.
Don’t be fooled by the skollies.
A total of 15 people – including the deputy director of the Department of Home Affairs in Beitbridge — have been arrested by the Hawks on charges of fraud and corruption.
Way up sh** creek, that’s where.
17 gold bars and three discs, with forged documentation headed for Dubai.
Looks like finance minister Gordhan has had enough of the nice guy routine with SARS head and Zuma’s bestie Tom Moyane and is starting to show his teeth…
The poor guy just can’t catch a break.
If you don’t follow the rules, you will probably get tuned as Sir Richard Branson learned when landing at Mpumalanga Airport recently.
For 10 years SARS used our own tax money to spy on South Africans, a new report by KPMG has confirmed.
There have been whispers of a possible terror link to the R78 million that was confiscated at OR Tambo International last month.
One man’s randomly bought art is another’s massive profit.