Former President Motlanthe resurrected Ahmed Kathrada’s appeal to President Zuma to step down as president of the country when he read Kathrada’s letter at his funeral. For any moral appeal to succeed there are a number of preconditions that must be met.
The Hawks in the North West have arrested nine traffic department officials, along with the owner of a driving school and his employee, on charges of fraud and corruption
Xerox has been recognised by the Ethisphere Institute, a global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices, as a 2017 World’s Most Ethical Company.
Government says it’s recovered more than R400 million stolen from the public purse through its National Anti-Corruption Hotline.
The South African Post Office (Sapo) has issued a warning to the public to be on the alert for a new parcel delivery scam designed to defraud them.
Communications Minister Faith Muthambi’s future remains uncertain, as the ad hoc committee looking into the crisis at the SABC resolved to refer her role in the mismanagement of the public broadcaster to Parliament’s ethics committee, for further investigation.
The chief executive of Uber Technologies Inc has ordered an "urgent investigation" into claims of sexual harassment at the ride-hailing service made by a former employee.
Construction companies found to have been involved in collusive tendering while building stadiums for the 2010 Fifa World Cup have paid R117 million to the National Revenue Fund.
A senior Transnet executive allegedly helped ensure that a company owned by his former boss landed a tender worth nearly R10m, and Transnet is refusing to provide evidence of the work the company did to justify its huge pay cheque.
Gauteng Roads and Transport MEC Ismail Vadi says the financial irregularities at motor vehicle registering authorities have come about because people saw gaps in the system and a weakness in the technology used at the licensing department
A parliamentary inquiry described as “chilling evidence” the testimony it heard about “the blatant disregard of journalistic values and ethics” at the SABC.
Former SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng and Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula’s wife Nozuko are being sued in a R1 billion housing "fraud" matter.