DA leader, John Steenhuisen says President Cyril Ramaphosa and Zondo’s meeting constitutes a dangerous interference in the judicial process.
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It comes as the High Court in Pretoria recently granted the State Capture Inquiry another extension to finalise its report
The ANC’s ability to act against its own members in the aftermath of the Zondo Commission’s State Capture Report questioned.
The interim board at South African Airways (SAA) has committed to using all available means to recovering embezzled funds.
In the State Capture Report, Raymond Zondo recommends criminal charges for the Jacob Zuma Foundation, due to corruption.
Yakhe Kwinana arguably made the most cringeworthy appearance the State Capture Inquiry had ever seen – and DCJ Zondo didn’t forget…
With the State Capture Report now on Cyril Ramaphosa’s desk, the action from here may not be as swift as first hoped…
After 42 months of painstaking research, Part One of the State Capture Report has been handed over to President Ramaphosa.
Zuma sought to have the costs order laid against him by the Pretoria High Court dismissed, but has been left with further legal fees to pay.
Zuma has a massive legal team which costs the state anywhere between R160,000 and R290,000 a day.
The leaked report recommends that criminal investigations be instigated against those implicated.
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EFF have discouraged Zuma from further wasting taxpayer’s money by challenging court ruling
Meandos your way out of that one, chief.
Time to get your hand in your pocket and out of the till, Jacob.
Strong institutions require individual accountability, and they require strong individuals who can effect accountability. Ask KPMG, which is now under heavy fire for enabling and benefitting from state capture.
Deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa over the weekend unofficially kicked off his campaign for ANC presidency in the Xhosa heartland, with a pretty strong message for some within the ruling party.
The Democratic Alliance has accused National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete of protecting President Jacob Zuma by delaying the debate of a motion of no-confidence.
President Jacob Zuma is at the centre of questionable behaviour that is dogging South Africa and ruining the name of the African National Congress, party veteran Cheryl Carolus said on Thursday.
The Gupta family lawyer says the state capture report did not give his clients an opportunity to present evidence or comment.