Sesoko was responding to claims made by the watchdog’s ethics manager Amar Maharaj to the same commission in August.
He said the finance would likely come from the French Development Agency, adding that it was ready to work with municipalities in the province.
Mandla Mandela has expressed his “utter indignation and dismay” at corruption allegations surrounding the arrangements of the funeral of his grandfather, former president Nelson Mandela.
Preliminary results following the discovery of a fresh water resource in Beaufort West by the Council for Geoscience indicate that the water is of good quality for drinking and other uses, the Department of Mineral Resources has confirmed.
A Stellenbosch man who, according to his lawyer, escaped from custody to be with his heavily pregnant better half has received a 12-month prison sentence for his desperate act of love.
Rhodes University insists the two students who were expelled for life from the university were penalised for “committing criminal acts” during a protest in 2016 and not for their participation in the protest.
The commission is probing political violence in KwaZulu-Natal.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane says the party will be laying charges of perjury against President Jacob Zuma.
The League has warned the judges to ‘stay in their lane’.
Senior ANC members say money is influencing this weekend’s elective conference.
ANC National Executive Committee member Bheki Cele says the fact that almost 200 branches in KwaZulu-Natal have nominated Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa as the party’s next president shows maturity beyond tribal lines.
Single parents, who are separated or divorced, can now apply for a fee exemption for their children without their partners, the Supreme Court of Appeal has ruled.
Controversial former deputy director at the Pietermaritzburg prison Russel Ngubo — jailed for the murder of two IFP members in Impendle in 1998 — has been released on parole.
A picture is emerging of a “chummy” relationship between Durban businessman Roy Moodley and a senior Durban North police officer, Lieutenant-Colonel Reuben Govender and some officers who work for him.
A video has emerged on Facebook of what appears to be a civilian finding “bribe” money in the bushes at a roadblock in Alberton.
Judge Dunstan Mlambo ruled that President Jacob Zuma must personally pay the costs for his failed bid to block the State of Capture report.
President Jacob Zuma has 30 days to institute an inquiry into state capture.
US President Donald Trump’s decision to recognise Jerusalem as the Israel capital has sparked global protests.
The Gauteng Liquor Board will not grant permission to any liquor outlets or alcohol-selling venues intending to extend their trading hours to cater for the upcoming ANC conference this weekend, the provincial government has announced.
A missing woman has been found dead on Karbonkelberg in Hout Bay, Western Cape police have confirmed.
The anticipated first council meeting of the Metsimaholo Municipality in the Free State has not gone ahead after 22 of the 42 elected councillors failed to show up for the meeting.