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DA gives Bathabile Dlamini 48 hours to report alleged corruption

The party says if she fails to report the alleged corruption to law enforcement agencies, it will proceed with laying criminal charges against her. The...

Hawks arrest former correctional services commissioners and Bosasa officials

Seven suspects aged between 78 and 50 years old were arrested on Wednesday by the Directorate for Priority Investigations (known as Hawks) on allegations...

McBride’s fight against Cele to keep his job appears headed for...

A showdown between Independent Investigative Directorate (Ipid) director Robert McBride and Police Minister Bheki Cele about the renewal of McBride’s contract might be heading...

Three generals, brigadier busted for ‘borrowing’ blue lights worth R60m

The Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) has arrested three generals, a brigadier, and a service provider on allegations of fraud, corruption, and forgery. The group...

I’ll get to bottom of state capture – Judge Zondo

Promising to leave no stone unturned, head of the State Capture Inquiry Judge Raymond Zondo yesterday described state capture as being about a network...

Eskom acknowledges corruption, takes measures

Eskom confirms irregularities are affecting their financial status, and as a result over a thousand Eskom employees have recently been suspended, dismissed and some...

March against corruption in ANC FS to kick-off this morning

Disgruntled ANC members in the Motheo region will this morning voice their dissatisfaction with corruption, looting, crime and unemployment in a march they will...

Durban on lockdown as Zuma appears in court

The Presidential guard, ordinary members of the South African Police Service (SAPS), and metro police have thrown a ring of steel around the Durban...

‘I sleep well,’ says Ace

Outgoing premier of the Free State, Ace Magashule, said he sleeps well knowing that he has not squandered tax payers' money. He was speaking...

School Governing Boards are schools’ first line of defence

The lack of interest in School Governing Body (SGB) elections, leaves schools vulnerable to corruption. This according to Corruption Watch, a non-profit organisation, which...

Cosatu leads Bfn march against corruption

Hundreds of people came together in Bloemfontein on Wednesday to voice their displeasure against alleged state capture, corruption and job creation in the country. The...

Former Bloemfontein cop sentenced to 14 years for drugs and corruption

The Bloemfontein Commercial Crimes Court has sentenced a former police officer to an effective 14 years imprisonment after he was convicted for dealing in...

Motheo Deputy Chairperson in court for corruption

The 38-year-old deputy chairperson of Motheo TVET College, Jeremiah Pela, as well as a 35-year-old man, Takalani Mongalo, appeared in the Bloemfontein Magistrate's Court...

Three SAPS members in court for corruption

Three SAPS members from Police Emergency Services, Warrant Officer Mosina, Warrant Officer Wagter and Constable Mosina appeared in the Bloemfontein Magistrate court on Tuesday,...

FS prosecutor in court for corruption

A 40-year-old Free State prosecutor who was arrested after allegedly demanding a bribe from a suspect made a brief appearance in the Parys Magistrate's...

Maseru border case postponed

The case against twenty-six suspects, who were arrested for suspected fraud and corruption at the Maseru border post last month, could not proceed in...

Top reasons why South Africans resort to bribery

According to a South African Citizens Bribery Survey, the top five reasons South Africans resort to bribery are to avoid traffic offences, to secure a...

Former FS advocate back in court next month

The case against a former Free State advocate, who allegedly tried to bribe a judge, has been postponed as a decision from the Director...