28 November 2016 10:00 AM
Sunday Times reporter Qaanitah Hunter looks at the charges laid against former Public Protector by her predecessor.
The ANC NEC has extended it's meeting for a third day on discussions believed to be around whether to recall President Jacob Zuma.
ANC NEC has extended its meeting, which is believed to be around the future of President Jacob Zuma.
Public Protector's State of Capture report implicated Zuma, Cabinet Ministers, SOEs in corrupt dealings linked to Gupta family.
The Presidency announced that Zuma will take the remedial action in the Public Protector's 'State of Capture' report on review.
Director of the Helen Suzman Foundation Francis Antoine says they are disappointed by the findings of the Pretoria High Court.
Cosatu has put forward forward the name of Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa to succeed President Jacob Zuma.
The High Court in Pretoria has ruled that the it is unreasonable to rush the President into suspending NPA boss Shaun Abrahams.
The groups have brought an application to force President Jacob Zuma to suspend NDPP Shaun Abrahams right away, and save the NPA.
24 November 2016 12:44 PM
Cosatu backs Cyril Ramaphosa to be next ANC president rather than Dlamini-Zuma, and wants Mineral Resources Minister Zwane to go.
Shaun Abrahams as well as Torie Pretorius and Sibongile Mzinyathi have until Monday to tell Zuma why they shouldn't be suspended
24 November 2016 11:08 AM
Cosatu founding General Secretary Jay Naidoo took over the Lead SA Twitter account engaging South Africans on various issues.
24 November 2016 11:31 AM
Zuma has stood firm despite various calls for him to step down amid the state capture report and his support for the Gupta family.
MPs have tabled questions for Zuma to answer at his final Q&A - one of which asks about attempts to gag the state capture report.
23 November 2016 10:16 AM
The interview reveals a trail of lies by the Gupta brother known for being cosy with high-ranking government officials.
The EWN reporter was prohibited from talking about or publishing the interview, and then it appeared on YouTube.
The ANC 101 met with National Working Committee members to discuss ways to get the organisation back to what it used to be.
AG announced billions in govt irregular expenditure, and economist Azar Jammine says some individuals in SOEs are abusing deals.
14 November 2016 11:40 AM
Mokonyane made no bones about defending Zuma, denying any wrongdoing relating to upgrades at his Nkandla residence.
The recent reports have added fuel to claims of state capture over the business family's relationship with Zuma.
Energy expert Chris Yelland predicts new CEO will not come from Eskom board or executive management as they are compromised.
Eskom CEO Brian Molefe is resigning, claiming the report's observations harmfully damaged his and the power utility's reputation.
In a statement, Eskom CEO Brian Molefe says he will leave Eskom on 1 January 2017.
Suspended ANC member Marius Fransman is crying foul, but factionalism and valid disciplinary issues seem to have become entangled.
105 Twitter accounts re-tweeting comments smearing Public Protector's state capture report may be PR attempt to whitewash Guptas.
ANC veterans have called on ruling party to vote with opposition parties on the motion of no confidence against President Zuma.
What impact will his departure have on South Africa and the ANC? Can we fix the damage — and how do we do that?
Collen Maine claims he has a right to go anywhere and it's nobody's business whether or not he visited Gupta's Saxonwold home.
As tempting as it may be to negotiate a deal for Zuma to bow out peacefully, Prof Roger Southall the President must be prosecuted.
As the weekend strikes, tweeps are scrambling to find the watering hole now referred to as Saxonwold's best kept secret.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews EWN's Gia Nicolaides about the Eskom CEO’s response to the state capture report.
The ANC has released a statement saying the the State of Capture Report provides a concrete basis to move forward.
Former President Thabo Mbeki says the 101 ANC veterans are far more senior than many who serve in the current ANC NEC.
Constitutional law expert Phephelaphi Dube analyses the approach that was followed leading to the release of the State Capture report, and what happens next.
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng says that current circumstances in South Africa require people to stand up and speak out.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield learns more about the views of the outspoken Chair of AngloGold Ashanti.
Ranjeni Munusamy says if pressure from members on the ground keeps boiling and puts pressure on top 6, we might see change.
Karima Brown says ANC highly factionalised and more members of Cabinet and ANC NEC will come out to defend Finance Minister.
The fraud charge relates to the approval and payout of ex-Sars Deputy Ivan Pillay's early retirement package back in 2010.
Citizens may see a change in how new Public Protector operates compared to Madonsela, suggests David Lewis.
"Zuma must go. When you are the president who literally laughs off any suggestions that government be held to a higher standard…"
16 September 2016 7:52 AM
Moody’s has placed the ratings of five SOEs on review for downgrade over mounting debt, political infighting and poor leadership.
14 September 2016 7:58 AM
Welile Nhlapo insists that opposition parties in Parliament are hell bent on de-legitimising Zuma.
13 September 2016 11:32 AM
VBS Mutual Bank faces a great deal of scrutiny over its shareholder details and unique loan agreements, after lending Zuma R7,8m.
12 September 2016 7:15 PM
Jacob Zuma says he borrowed R7.8 million to pay back the Nkandla money. Bruce Whitfield interviews Galileo Capital’s Theo Vorster.
After demonstrations demanding removal of President Jacob Zuma and the ANC NEC, Free State branch members have called for calm.
2 September 2016 10:29 AM
7 most-read, most-talked-about "The Money Show" articles of the past week.
Bruce Whitfield interviews Prof Ivor Chipkin from the Public Affairs Research Institute about his recently released working paper.
Political analyst Tinyiko Maluleke says President Jacob Zuma remains safe after a "flat and unoriginal" statement from ANC's NEC.
ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe defended President Zuma after the parties worst election results since 1994.
According to EWN reporter, Rahima Essop, ANC PEC members were told that the Western Cape ANC leader is back in his position.
Vuyo Mvoko is the only suspended SABC journalist who has not been fired, but he is not permanently employed.
After consulting with disgruntled ANC members in Atteridgeville, Motsoaledi, says they will now report back to Luthuli House.
Daily Maverick's Ranjeni Munusammy says President Zuma unlikely to be recalled by the ANC NEC this weekend.