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  1. How patronage captured the ANC and state – Jonas

    Date: 16 Mar 2019
    Former deputy minister of finance Mcebisi Jonas ahead of the start of the... See full details

  2. How patronage captured the ANC and state – Jonas

    Date: 16 Mar 2019
    Former deputy minister of finance Mcebisi Jonas ahead of the start of the... See full details

  3. E-tolls blacklist shocker

    Date: 16 Mar 2019
    Credit scores will affect Gauteng’s economy A GAUTENG motorist’s surprise discovery has revealed the Sanational Road Agency’s (Sanral) latest ploy to recoup billions of rand owed in e-tolls. The motorist, according to Rudie Heyneke, Organisation Outdoing Tax Abuse (Outa) transport portfolio manager, was applying f... See full details

  4. Truce, but taxi closures stay

    Date: 16 Mar 2019
    A LAST-MINUTE agreement by two rival Soweto taxi associations to avert the closure of taxis ranks by the provincial government amid ongoing violence has failed to convince authorities. <img id="artObject" style="width: 100%;" src="https://i.p... See full details

  5. SAPS

    Date: 16 Mar 2019
    IT IS the click that can save more police officers&rsquo; lives than any gun or bulletproof vest. <img id="artObject" style="width: 100%;" src="https://i.prcdn.co/img?regionguid=b5127900-a2a4-4244-972e-292ada234de7&scale=273&file=69... See full details

  6. Gordhan laments R18 billion lost

    Date: 16 Mar 2019
    PUBLIC Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan says R18 billion unaccounted for in the controversial 1 064 locomotives deal could have gone a long way towards benefiting youth through platforms to help their small, medium and micro enterprises (SMME) flourish and grow the economy. Gordhan, alongside King Goodwill Zwelithini ... See full details

  7. Mcbride to challenge his termination

    Date: 16 Mar 2019
    PARLIAMENT has officially sealed former Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) head Robert Mcbride&rsquo;s fate and ratified the decision by the portfolio committee on police not to renew his contract after it terminated last month. This follows lengthy consultations by the committee and legal battles betwee... See full details

  8. Timothy Omotoso rape trial might not be televised

    Date: 15 Mar 2019
    Daubermann&rsquo;s&nbsp;relentless pushing for Makaula&rsquo;s recusal &ndash; who he has accused of being biased and protecting Zondi &ndash; has pulled off. Peter Daubermann,&nbsp;the legal defence for Nigerian pastor Timothy Omotoso, has requested that Omotoso&rsquo;s trial not be televised when it resumes on April 16. Da... See full details

  9. Police hunt more suspects for Mathebula’s murder

    Date: 15 Mar 2019
    The Western Cape has recorded 17 school-stabbings in the first term of 2019. Police are looking for more suspects linked to the murder of 19-year-old Kulani Mathebula who died on his way to Mondeor High School, south of Johannesburg, on Wednesday. Three teenagers have been arrested and are expected to appear in the Johannesburg Magi... See full details

  10. Take away guns, says alleged No 1 Tsotsi

    Date: 15 Mar 2019
    WHILE alleged criminal kingpin Vusi &ldquo;Khekhe&rdquo; Mathibela was calm and collected in the Pretoria Magistrate&rsquo;s Court yesterday, the legal representative of naked protester Gugu Ncube dismissed the charges against his client. Mathibela was represented by Anneline van den Heever, who told the court her client... See full details

  11. Cele brushes off claims of looming SAPS strike

    Date: 15 Mar 2019
    THE row over promotions within the SAPS looks set to escalate to a &ldquo;go-slow&rdquo; despite Police Minister, Bheki Cele, refuting claims of a looming police industrial action set for next week. This week, more memoranda which were being shared, chiefly, among station offices, have said that threats of dismissal for disobeying the law by... See full details

  12. Probe into Joburg’s tenders

    Date: 15 Mar 2019
    SIU to investigate R86m for &lsquo;red fleet&rsquo; THE SPECIAL Investigating Unit (SIU) has been ordered to dig deep into tender corruption allegations in the City of Joburg, dating back to 2009. President Cyril Ramaphosa yesterday authorised the SIU to probe alleged wrongdoing regarding the R86.4 million tend... See full details

  13. President on charm offensive over list

    Date: 15 Mar 2019
    PRESIDENT Cyril Ramaphosa yesterday warned that those in the ANC who had engaged in crime and wrongdoing but still made it on to the party&rsquo;s candidates list to Parliament, were not off the hook. Ramaphosa was yesterday campaigning in Soweto, Johannesburg, as part of the ANC&rsquo;s battle to regain control of Gaute... See full details

  14. SIU to probe national lab after R250m ‘lost to graft’

    Date: 15 Mar 2019
    Ramaphosa moves to have money allegedly looted in a dozen tenders recovered PRESIDENT Cyril Ramaphosa wants all the money that was illegally looted in the awarding of tenders at the National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS) to be recovered by investigating agencies. <span id="artObjectWrap" class="art-object art-m... See full details

  15. NPA, Hawks ‘knew about whistle blown on Mahlobo, did nothing’

    Date: 14 Mar 2019
    Former state security minister David Mahlobo. (Photo: GCIS) Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions Sibongile Mzinyate and President Cyril Ramaphosa allegedly knew about the matter since June ... See full details

  16. Three teens now arrested for brutal Mondeor stabbing

    Date: 14 Mar 2019
    The family of Kulani Mathebula, who was stabbed to death ... See full details

  17. Arrest in school stabbing

    Date: 14 Mar 2019
    Victim&rsquo;s mother breaks down over only son &ldquo;KHULANI was my only son. I want my son,&rdquo; screamed a distraught mother as she watched forensic pathologists remove her child&rsquo;s bloodied body a street from his Joburg school. Dumi Chauke had to be restrained by relatives as she tried hard to get c... See full details

  18. Vadi shuts warring taxi routes

    Date: 14 Mar 2019
    THOUSANDS of Soweto taxi commuters will have to find alternative transport for the next three months, starting tomorrow morning, because routes will be shut down amid deadly feuds between associations. Gauteng MEC for Roads and Transport Ismail Vadi yesterday published regulations in the provincial gazette, instituting &... See full details

  19. MEC guns for Mashaba

    Date: 14 Mar 2019
    Mayor accused of maladministration THE Gauteng government is gunning for Joburg mayor Herman Mashaba through an investigation into alleged maladministration worth R100 million in the city. <img id="artObject" style="width: 100%;" ... See full details

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