Former Sars officials, Ivan Pillay and Johann van Loggerenberg, have welcomed the Press Ombudsman's ruling against the Sunday Times, saying stories published by the newspaper about them were "manifestly untrue".
The Press Ombudsman has ordered the Sunday Times to retract all stories about its Sars "rogue unit saga" and to publicly apologise in writing to former Sars commissioner Pravin Gordhan and others implicated.
An explosive affidavit by former Sunday Times journalist Pearlie Joubert has been read out during a Press Ombudsman hearing in a bid to discredit the newspaper's reports on the so-called SA Revenue Service's "rogue unit".
A former Wits University student representative council leader on Friday joined the backlash against ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe for his comment about shutting universities to teach student protesters a lesson.
In line with lessening public sympathy with students damaging university property during protests‚ President Jacob Zuma on Friday warned violent offenders that they would have to account for their actions in court.
The Struggle hero Solomon Mahlangu's family sues for R3m over new tombstone family of struggle icon Solomon Kalushi Mahlangu is demanding R3-million in damages from the Tshwane municipality for replacing the revered hero's tombstone.
The “alleged” letter written by the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) board proposing Hlaudi Motsoeneng be reappointed as chief operating officer “raises questions about the board’s ability to discharge its fiduciary responsibilities”.
The Premier Soccer League has postponed midweek matches ahead of next weekend’s MTN8 final — just one week after refusing Mamelodi Sundowns the same privilege ahead of their African Champions League semifinals.
The Sunday Times has issued a front-page apology to Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan for failing to give him the right to reply to a story that implicated him in a so-called SA Revenue Service "rogue unit".
Former senior SA Revenue Services officials have taken the Sunday Times newspaper to task over information it did not report on, which they believe was vital to stories regarding a so-called rogue unit at the tax agency.
Communications Minister Faith Muthambi will attend a meeting at Luthuli House where she is expected to be told to take action against the SABC board, ANC communications sub-committee member Jackson Mthembu has said.
Police have confirmed to TMG Entertainment that well-known actor Tumisho Masha has been released on bail of R1‚000 and will appear in court next month‚ following his arrest last Thursday on charges of assault.
Controversial clergyman Paseka Motsoeneng popularly‚ known as Pastor Mboro‚ has come out strongly against the backlash he received for purchasing new fancy wheels worth R2million‚ saying God has rewarded him.
SABC boss Hlaudi Motsoeneng overruled his staff to push through a R167-million contract with a production company co-owned by President Jacob Zuma’s daughter Gugu Zuma-Ncube‚ Sunday Times reported.