21.8.2019 10:13 am
The 35-year-old’s death, allegedly at the hands of JMPD officers, has devastated his family and partner, who suspect officials are involved.
The Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD) released a statement following the death of 35-year-old Tshegofatso Selahle, who they allege was under the influence of alcohol when he was arrested.
Sibusisiwe Zulu was one of the non-executive directors of the PIC named in emails sent by infamous whistleblower James Noku in January.
Zamalwandle Transport Logistics Company allegedly told John Dlamini they used workers’ provident fund contributions to bail the company out of debt.
The former CEO said he thinks it was the Ayo deal that ‘angered’ many people who had been trying to get their transactions funded by the PIC.
‘The last statement shows the R4.3 billion is still there and earning interest,’ Matjila told the commission of inquiry into the Public Investment Corporation.
Private investigator Mike Bolhuis has reportedly been taken off the air by kykNET for allegedly using racist slurs in reference to a black person.
Marlene is convinced the mobster’s life is now in genuine danger, but the department disputes this strongly.
Company that allegedly gifted cattle to Zuma refuses to provide report detailing contracts worth R600m
The national Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development has initiated litigation against AgriDelight to compel it to provide the report.
The public protector may argue she didn’t misrepresent facts wilfully and that it was what she believed to be the truth at the time, a legal analyst says.
There is very little to show for the charitable funds disbursed to a heritage project in the Northern Cape.
The Jimmy family confirmed they had accepted that Reshall had died in the vehicle and that the cause was undetermined.
The commission of inquiry found ‘capricious use of authority and power to terrorise staff’ in deflecting the corporation from its mandate and editorial policies.
A commission investigated numerous alleged transgressions, including interference in the newsroom, ‘personal favours’ in the workplace, and not taking sexual harassment seriously.
The submission was made to the inquiry into alleged unfair treatment and targeting of black and Indian medical practitioners by medical aid schemes.