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Parliament’s ad hoc committee looking into the SABC and its board will begin its hearing into the broadcaster on 29 November. The ad hoc committee met for the first time on Tuesday to begin

President Jacob Zuma has declined to answer written questions from MPs around the findings in former public protector Thuli Madonsela’s State of Capture report. In parliamentary replies released on Monday, Zuma gave a

Brian Molefe, the CEO of South Africa’s state-owned power utility, said he will leave Eskom following the release of a report by the nation’s graft ombudsman into the influence of the wealthy Gupta family on the state and the

Retired public protector Thuli Madonsela should step back from commenting on the state capture report as she has no further role to play in the process, the presidency said on Friday. Madonsela’s continuing public statements

South Africa’s embattled president, Jacob Zuma, is staying put. The writing appeared to be on the wall for Zuma, 74, as recently as last week, with more than 100 ANC veterans joining labour unions, civil rights groups and opposition parties

President Jacob Zuma will probably mount a legal challenge to a report by the graft ombudsman that calls for the establishment of a judicial inquiry into allegations that the Gupta family influenced cabinet appointments

The ANC on Wednesday called on public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane to investigate her predecessor for releasing details of her interview with President Jacob Zuma. The party wanted to know if Thuli Madonsela acted unethically

The withdrawal of charges against finance minister Pravin Gordhan by the country’s National Prosecuting Authority brings to mind events in 2008 when a judge quashed corruption charges against current

A defiant South African President Jacob Zuma says he doesn’t fear prison days after an anti-graft watchdog released a report recommending a judicial probe into alleged corruption. The “State of Capture” report, which stopped short of

President Jacob Zuma is at the centre of questionable behaviour that is dogging South Africa and ruining the name of the ANC, party veteran Cheryl Carolus said on Thursday. ”Our president has brought shame