President Zuma 'asked' lawyer to keep arms inquiry in dark about cash gifts, court told

President Jacob Zuma allegedly tried to silence a close confidant who had "intimate knowledge" about how the president benefited from the arms deal, by asking him not to testify at the Seriti commission.

Blackmail at the heart of job spat between Mbalula and Ntlemeza

The fight between Police Minister Fikile Mbalula and former Hawks boss Berning Ntlemeza has turned dirty — with allegations of blackmail and counter-allegations of interference in police investigations.

Tokheim boss labelled 'sex pest', accused of harassing female staff

'I was so disgusted and felt so violated' says a female staff member who is accusing her boss of sexual harassment

White-bashing cancer destroys SA from within, says Zille

The storm over her tweets about the legacy of colonialism is a symptom of a new racist trend that evades the real issues by turning whites into scapegoats, writes Helen Zille

With cap in hand: SA's slippery slope to IMF aid

Last week Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba visited Washington to cast a positive light on South Africa's economy amid political tension back home.