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Senior ANC MP Ben Turok confirmed on Sunday that he had been assigned bodyguards after a man claimed he was asked to kill parliamentarians probing misconduct allegations against fired communications minister Dina Pule. “The head of parliament’s

The chairman and registrar of parliament’s joint portfolio committee on ethics and members’ interests say they were threatened with harm while conducting their investigation into the conduct of former communications minister Dina Pule. On Wednesday, a multiparty

Former communications minister Dina Pule should face criminal charges for her misconduct, Corruption Watch said on Thursday. “It is important to note that Pule is not an ordinary member of parliament, but held a cabinet post vital to South Africa’s wellbeing and economic prospects,” spokesman

Former communications minister Dina Pule is guilty of most of the charges levelled against her at parliament’s ethics committee and was also found to have lied to the committee during its investigations. The committee has now recommended that parliament refer the

Controversy-plagued former communications minister Dina Pule has been appointed to parliament’s portfolio committee on transport. This is despite the fact that Pule faces a number of ongoing investigations into allegations of corruption and nepotism

The Hawks are still investigating corruption charges laid by the Democratic Alliance against former communications minister Dina Pule, a spokesman said on Sunday. “Yes, the matter was reported in the Western Cape Central police station, but now the matter is in our hands. We are giving it the attention it deserves

Democratic Alliance MP and spokesman on communications Marian Shinn said on Sunday that she plans to write to Western Cape provincial police commissioner Arno Lamoer to find out why the South African Police Service is “failing” to investigate former communications minister Dina Pule

Former communications minister Dina Pule faces two investigations into her conduct and allegations of nepotism and corruption and, despite having been relieved of her position on Tuesday by president Jacob Zuma, both investigations appear set to proceed

Parliament’s joint committee on ethics and members’ interests is expected to present the findings of its investigation into allegations of corruption against communications minister Dina Pule at the next full sitting of the national assembly, which takes place on 20 August. Pule appeared before

The press ombudsman has on Saturday dismissed three complaints made by communications minister Dina Pule against the Sunday Times. One of the complaints made by Pule concerned the editor of the Sunday Times, Phylicia Oppelt. Pule complained that Oppelt had acted unethically by handing over