Swifambo’s Mashaba defies Zondo Commission

Zondo orders criminal charges to be laid, warns of legal chaos


24 February 2021

Activists demand transparency over Covid-19 vaccine roll out

Right2Know pickets outside Gauteng health department


17 February 2021

“Passport cops” blackmail immigrants

Police in central Johannesburg accused of extorting bribes and preying on women


2 February 2021

Lottery threatens legal action against Minister Ebrahim Patel

The scandal-ridden organisation appears to be trying to block a corruption probe


19 November 2020

In damning judgment, court calls for Road Accident Fund to be liquidated

RAF officials and attorneys told Judge Denise Fisher that cases were settled, but she smelt a rat


17 November 2020

Court warns government against short cut tender processes

Judge says it was illegal to use settlement agreements to avoid tender procurement laws


13 November 2020

Community demand answers over incomplete water pipeline

The project is expected to deliver water to more than 5,000 households whose taps ran dry several years ago


12 November 2020

Ramaphosa gives green light to Lottery probe

Proclamation comes after Hawks started investigation


9 November 2020

People pay R50 bribe to post office staff to get their R350 Covid-19 grant

Women cry from hunger and sleep outside waiting to be served


2 November 2020

Lawyers’ body lets lottery crook off the hook

Despite what appears to be overwhelming evidence against Lesley Ramulifho, the Legal Practice Council decided not to take disciplinary action against him


26 October 2020

Abahlali leads hundreds in march against corruption in Durban

“The thieves must be called to justice” says ABM deputy president


20 October 2020

Concerns over appointment process for new head of Parliamentary Budget Office

Civil society organisations alarmed at presence of Sfiso Buthelezi on selection panel


13 October 2020

Court trashes corrupt Siyangena-PRASA contracts

Judges find company to be complicit in “impropriety and maladministration”


9 October 2020

“You looted R5 billion and told us to dance to Jerusalema” say striking workers

Union members down tools countrywide over corruption and salary increases among other things on Wednesday

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7 October 2020

City technicians accused of demanding R1,000 bribe to reconnect electricity

Ekurhuleni says no formal complaints have been lodged and encourages residents to come forward


7 October 2020

Lottery corruption: Has the Auditor General been missing in action?

Not a single dodgy deal uncovered by reporters has been dealt with by the state watchdog


29 September 2020