ConCourt has slammed Jacob Zuma for his ‘unacceptable behaviour’ at the State Capture Inquiry – and Msholozi must now pay the price.
The call comes after disgraced former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe told the state capture inquiry this week that Ramaphosa had been involved in state capture and the peddling of political influence for personal benefit while Deputy President.
Brian Molefe, once the highest authority at Eskom, told the Zondo commission into state capture that Cyril Ramaphosa was targeted for political influence – and that he ran a ‘secret war room’ at the power utility when he was deputy president.
An anonymous witness will spill the beans about Andile Mngxitama and his alleged links to state capture – sparking a furious response from the BLF leader.
Jacob Zuma has been told to appear at the State Capture Inquiry to face Raymond Zondo next week, or be slapped with more criminal charges.
In 2019, the diamond mine, in which Alexkor is a partner, retrenched 190 mineworkers from the Richtersveld.
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo gave an update on the accomplishments and status of the state capture commission on Monday.
Ramaphosa said members of the ruling party knew the Zondo Commission would cast a spotlight on the movement, however, it needed to be done.
MKMVA president Kebby Maphatsoe distanced the group from an earlier statement from MKMVA spokesperson Carl Niehaus which said filing legal charges against Jacob Zuma was “perilous,” but that the association remained concerned over the state capture inquiry’s treatment of the former president.
The former ANC spokesperson, now Deputy State Security Minister, was allegedly paid R130,000 in three instalments — two of R50,000 and one of R30,000.
When asked what his response would be to those who might see this as veiled support for former president, Jacob Zuma, Vuyani Ngalwana said: “One word… poppycock.”
The file on Ramaphosa reportedly contains the “business, political and personal activities and associates” of the president.
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, delayed his judgement for a third time on Wednesday, after former president Jacob Zuma filed another affidavit
Jacob Zuma’s last-minute submission has pushed Raymond Zondo’s recusal verdict back by another day, as time ticks away at the State Capture Inquiry.
Zondo, will later today, deliver the ruling regarding Jacob Zuma’s application. Will the chairperson recuse himself from the inquiry?
Former President Jacob Zuma has accused the state capture commission’s chairperson Raymond Zondo of being biased
Jacob Zuma and his legal counsel have launched an extraordinary argument to get Raymond Zondo recused from the State Capture Inquiry.
Former president Jacob Zuma has accused State Capture Commission Chairperson Raymond Zondo of being biased and wants him to recuse himself
If you’re having a late breakfast tomorrow, may we recommend you stock up on popcorn? Jacob Zuma is appearing at the Zondo Commission – with a bone to pick.
Former president Jacob Zuma is expected to return to the hot seat at the state capture inquiry on Monday
Will we get a showdown between Raymond Zondo and Zweli Mkhize at the State Capture Inquiry? The health minister says it’s ‘game on’.
Well, given the woeful performances of last week’s State Capture Inquiry witnesses, Nomvula Mokonyane probably has good cause to dance for joy…
Former SAA board member Yakhe Kwinana’s appearance at the commission on a Saturday followed delays that placed the inquiry under pressure to complete its work.
Former South African Airways (SAA) Chairperson Dudu Myeni could soon face criminal charges after naming a protected witness who testified at the state capture inquiry
Former SAA executive Yakhe Kwinana is making a name for herself at the State Capture Inquiry, for all the wrong reasons: And DCJ Zondo is fuming.