Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane says former SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng has flipped the bird at South Africa’s legal system. “He has sent the middle finger to the judicial system. The courts don’t matter, and
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Opposition parties will try every legal avenue to remove President Jacob Zuma from office, they said on Tuesday. Following a defeat in parliament of the motion to have Zuma removed
The Congress of the People (Cope) has welcomed former communications minister Dina Pule’s decision to withdraw as an ANC candidate for member parliament. “We are disappointed, however, that it took a lot of public pressure and shaming before Ms Pule could see the writing on the wall,” Cope president Mosiuoa Lekota said on Friday
Although an MTN-commissioned investigation has ostensibly cleared the company of wrongdoing in Iran, its report is replete with examples of how the telecommunications group’s well-connected executives intervened to influence South African diplomacy in its favour. MTN
New twists have emerged in the US$4,2bn lawsuit filed by MTN’s cellphone rival, Turkcell, in a US court. Chris Kilowan, the disgruntled former MTN director in Iran who, according to sources, approached Turkcell with MTN memos that formed part of the court filings but have yet to be verified, could find that his actions backfire on him.