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Spy tapes: How the saga unfolded over the years

16 March at 22:40 PM, via News24

What has become known as the “spy tapes” case, cast a pall over South African politics, with much of former president Jacob Zuma’s attempts to avoid prosecution on 16 charges of corruption, fraud and racketeering believed to be behind many of his political machinations while he was in office.

Zuma innocent until proven guilty – ANC

16 March at 20:20 PM, via News24

The ANC has called on South Africans to allow the prosecution of former president Jacob Zuma to unfold unhindered, saying he is innocent until proven guilty. Meanwhile, opposition parties say the “chickens have come home to roost”.

Schabir Shaik on THOSE Zuma charges

16 March at 19:33 PM, via News24

One-time financial advisor to former president Jacob Zuma, Schabir Shaik, has refused to comment on the National Prosecuting Authority’s decision to prosecute Zuma on corruption charges.

De Lille feels ‘vindicated’ by NPA announcement on Zuma

16 March at 17:50 PM, via News24

Almost two decades after she went to Parliament to call for a probe into the arms deal, Patricia de Lille says she finally feels “vindicated” after the NPA announced that former President Jacob Zuma will face criminal charges.

Sisulu demands retraction from Australian govt on land redistribution comments

15 March at 21:32 PM, via News24

Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Lindiwe Sisulu has issued a diplomatic demarche – or course of action – to Australian High Commissioner in SA Adam McCarthy, to demand a retraction of the comments made by their home affairs minister Peter Dutton, over the SA land redistribution process.

Cabinet welcomes land expropriation motion

15 March at 19:57 PM, via News24

Cabinet is concerned “when people go internationally to protect white supremacy”, according to Minister of Communications Nomvula Mokonyane.

Sassa will be ready by April 1 – Cabinet

15 March at 16:12 PM, via News24

Despite information before the courts that the contingency plan to pay social grants by April 1 will not be ready, the Cabinet says it is satisfied that the beneficiaries of social grants will be paid on this date.

Ace Magashule: ANC Eastern Cape 11 opportunistic

15 March at 09:13 AM, via News24

ANC secretary general Ace Magashule has described the ANC 11, who want to challenge the Eastern Cape provincial conference, known as the “festival of chairs” in the Constitutional Court, as opportunistic.

Zuma not getting special treatment – NPA head

14 March at 23:13 PM, via News24

To inform former president Jacob Zuma about his decision relating to the corruption charges against him is not special treatment, the National Director Public Prosecutions has told the Standing Committee on Public Accounts.

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