State Capture: Top cop implicated in corruption by Nxasana and Booysen appointed acting head of KZN Hawks Organised Crime Unit
Colonel WS “Welcome” Mhlongo with the KwaZulu-Natal Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation, who has been implicated in Zondo Commission testimony for allegedly tipping off criminals about the directorate’s investigations, has been appointed acting Provincial Commander of the Serious...
ANALYSIS: The calumny before the storm: As political battles escalate, expect attacks on judges to intensify
A concerted campaign to undermine the judiciary is gaining momentum. There are people, politicians especially, with much to gain by damaging the institutions in our society. This creates chaos and gives them more space to operate.
ANALYSIS: Zuma’s Hit & Run Testimony: The devil’s in the (missing) details
Even before Jacob Zuma took the oath at the Zondo Commission, it was clear he was never interested in being cross-examined about events during his presidency. But he was always interested in taking the stand to change the narrative, spinning a story involving many spies and copious threats to his life.
The rule of thumb when it comes to saving
We often hear that South Africans are not saving enough, and that only 6% of South Africans will be able to maintain their standard of living after retirement. But how do you practically become a better saver, asks Jan van der Merwe, head of actuarial and product at PSG Wealth.
BUSINESS MAVERICK: : PIC Inquiry: Gigaba implicated in hand-picking PIC board members at the height of State Capture
Former PIC head Dan Matjila has thrown ex-finance minister Malusi Gigaba under the bus at a commission of inquiry into governance issues at the PIC, accusing him of appointing two people as the fund manager’s non-executive directors without following proper processes.
Reserve Bank reveals how Guptas stole millions
The state capture inquiry on Monday heard how the Gupta family allegedly used a letterbox company, Homix, to illicitly siphon millions of rands in kickbacks to other companies linked to them both in and outside SA.
#CR17 CONTROVERSY: How Ramaphosa’s campaign spent R400-million — and why it matters
It’s a fairly standard cost, says an official, explaining that the ANC now runs big-bucks American-style campaigns for internal elections. ‘The reason people are shocked is that this is the first time it’s been into the light of day,’ a campaigner told Daily Maverick. Others say it is an insight into how to buy a president in South Africa.
OPINIONISTA: ANC of today has all the hallmarks of a criminal enterprise
Between the greedy lack of integrity of leaders and the tenets of the National Democratic Revolution in action, it is difficult not to conclude that the ANC-led tripartite alliance is both deliberately subversive of constitutionalism and shot through with criminal corruption of the kind that endangers the survival of the state.