Catholic priests who prompted Thuli Madonsela to investigate the allegations of "state capture" against the Guptas have welcomed her report.
In an interview with Independent Media, Police Minister Nathi Nhleko challenged his critics to produce facts if they criticised him.
The Sheriff of the Court has been enlisted to help evict senior officials in North West who owe the province in excess of R4 million in unpaid rent.
ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe said it did not take a rocket scientist to see that Eskom's deal with Tegeta was "corrupt".
A senior advocate has found "widespread corruption by some of Airports Company South Africa management and senior staff and its CEO Bongani Maseko".
Staunch Zuma supporter Mathole Motshekga took off his kid gloves when he questioned Shaun Abrahams on the Pravin Gordhan saga.
The ConCourt must decide whether then Sars commissioner Pravin Gordhan had the right to dismiss an employee for racist remarks about his supervisor.
Salga says not all municipalities are ready to implement reforms to municipal accounting systems announced in the medium-term budget statement.
President Zuma is set to emerge unscathed from the ANC's national working committee meeting where the issue of state capture will be discussed.
Former cabinet ministers Essop Pahad and Tokyo Sexwale have both confessed to being friends with members of the influential Gupta family.
ANC NEC member Mathole Motshekga says President Zuma's situation is untenable, and suggests his recall in favour of Cyril Ramaphosa.
MEC for Human Settlements in KZN Ravi Pillay defended Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan Ivan Pillay and Oupa Magashule at an ...
Pravin Gordhan's battle against the Gupta family is set to continue after they indicated their intention to challenge his application in court.
ANC chief whip Jackson Mthembu claims he was called a sellout for supporting Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.
Police Minister Nathi Nhleko Nhleko, who is not even a member of the ANC’s NEC, finds himself pitted against two members of its top six.