Corruption Watch has informed South African Revenue Service commissioner Tom Moyane that it will lay criminal charges against him.
Genevieve Quintal 4 hours ago
President Jacob Zuma has given notice of his intention to suspend two senior prosecutors, deputy national director of public prosecutions Nomgcobo Jiba and head of the specialised commercial crimes unit Lawrence Mrwebi from office, pending an enquiry into their fitness to hold office. The president's decision follows a judgment of the High Court in Pretoria, which ordered that the names of the two advocates be removed from the roll of advocates.
7 hours ago
Shoprite subsidiary Computicket's attempt to have anti-competitive behaviour complaints against it dismissed "because it was made by the commission not the commissioner" was dismissed by the Competition Tribunal on Friday, 21 October 2016.
Robert Laing 2 days ago
The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has instituted court action to terminate a contract with a service provider due to the company's failure to disclose its familial relationship between its shareholder and Commissioner Tom Moyane.
2 days ago
South Africa has formally requested to withdraw from the Rome Statute, a treaty that established the International Criminal Court (ICC).
21 Oct 2016
Fraud, wastage, abuse and irregular practices add R22bn per year to the overall annual cost of private healthcare in South Africa.
19 Oct 2016
This article considers the legal standing of neighbours to object to, and prevent, the approval of building plans. It is important to understand that often an application for the approval of building plans is made in conjunction with an application to rezone the property, or to relax building lines, or to remove a restrictive condition or covenant in a title deed. All three of these applications are completely different to the application for approval of building plans itself. This article deals only with the application for approval of building plans.
Chantelle Gladwin and Maike Gohl 19 Oct 2016