A state of disaster has been declared in the province and relief funds will be made available. Sadly, you know exactly what that means.
64-year-old Nora Grose, a DA ward councillor in Cape Town, appeared in court yesterday on charges of fraud and money laundering.
Irate parents of pupils from Laerskool Theresapark made the principal kiss the ground after carrying her out of the administration office.
Corruption Watch has just released its Annual Report 2020, outlining the extent to which corruption ran rampant in South Africa last year.
Self-styled ‘prophet’ Shepherd Bushiri and his wife finally handed themselves over to Malawian authorities yesterday, after fleeing the country. The couple lives a rather lavish lifestyle.
The SABC is trying to clarify its proposed plan to redefine which devices require a TV licence, and it isn’t going well.
SABC wants to broaden the scope of the existing TV licence to include payment from people who don’t consume any of their content.
Hermione Cronje, who runs the Investigative Directorate (ID) in the NPA, says she finally has the tools she needs to start cleaning house.
President Ramaphosa might be talking a good game after this weekend’s ANC meeting to tackle corruption, but Zapiro will take some convincing.
It appears that the Eastern Cape health department isn’t going to let a little thing like death stand in the way of a good tender.
During his 8PM addresses to the nation, President Ramaphosa has talked a good game about rooting out corruption. Let’s see how that’s working out.
PPE might mean ‘personal protective equipment’, but as Politically Aweh points out, it could also mean the ruling party’s ‘Personal Payment Extravaganza’.
Corruption in the ANC is no secret, but when you take stock of the major scandals from 1996 onwards, let’s just say Ramaphosa has his work cut out for him.
Eastern Cape Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs MEC Xolile Nqatha reckons corrupt members should be cut some slack due to COVID-19.
A fight broke out at a police station in George, after officers were arrested for violating lockdown rules.
South Africa’s National Lotteries Commission has come under fire for some suspect project funding, some of which just happens to stay in the family.
South African business coach and entrepreneur Andrew William Smith asks the question: Is it time to leave South Africa?
Corruption Watch has released its annual report which looks at the different levels of corruption in South Africa and how it impacts everyday people.
Malaysian playboy Jho Low is on the run from the Justice Department, for misusing billions of dollars to fund his high-rolling lifestyle with high-profile friends.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane claims to have evidence that president Cyril Ramaphosa’s office was aware of the Gupta family’s involvement in state capture.
A whistleblower, who goes by the pseudonym ‘Fresh’, has exposed a link between rhino poachers and corrupt officials in the South African judiciary.
Deputy President David Mabuza has made headlines in the New York Times for all of the wrong reasons. Here’s a hint – the story involves widespread corruption.
The ex-president of South Africa and the troubled tax agency took a helluva beating in a stinging report from the international media outlet.
Congrats if you’ve made it this far in life without ever having to fork out a bribe, but for many South Africans greasing someone’s palms is a necessary evil.
In the last six years there have been 80 political killings in Kwa-Zulu Natal alone, yet only now has the news finally hit international headlines. This is what they have to say.
As corruption continues to rears its ugly head at the very top of SA’s political food chain, there’s some suspicious activity going on at a provincial level, too.