Browsing: Ralph Mathekga

It’s South Africa’s equivalent to the proverbial $640 Pentagon toilet seat — a paper binding machine that the government buys from its suppliers for the rand equivalent of almost R28 000, about 13 times what it costs in a store. Kenneth Brown, the nation’s 54-year-old

Thuli Madonsela was called a CIA spy by a deputy minister and received death threats as she pursued politicians in her role as South Africa’s graft ombudsman. Now she’s planning a last round of potentially explosive revelations before she

Reeling from his ruling party’s worst-ever election performance and a public backlash over a police investigations into his finance minister, President Jacob Zuma’s room to manoeuvre appears to be shrinking. Anxiety over whether