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The Constitutional Court is expected to hear that Nxasana should be reinstated.
The People's Tribunal on Economic Crime concluded on Wednesday with preliminary findings from the panel.
The public hearings on economic crimes in South Africa will be an important moment in the country's history, says adjudicator Yasmin Sooka.
President Jacob Zuma tried to "bully" the former National Director of Public Prosecutions, the North Gauteng High Court heard on Monday.
Jonas Makwakwa tipped to return despite an official report alleging suspicious payments being made into his personal bank account.
Anti-graft body Corruption Watch plans to use a powerful US statute to ensure accountability for the South African taxpayer. Here's the case against McKinsey.
The NGO said they were going this route because local authorities were not likely to do anything.
Principals in government schools were coercing parents to pay school fees, which they pocket.
Since former finance minister Nhlanhla Nene was fired, there has been an increase in the public's involvement in protests, says David Lewis.
"She has demonstrated a lack of understanding and caused a lot of anxiety."
The ANC says civil society organisations have been invited to the its policy conference . . . but we can't find them.
Casac says it will go to court if Zuma does not sign the bill soon.