President Cyril Ramaphosa, right, receives the final State Capture Report from Chief Juistice Raymond Zondo.
The commission could have made more of the evidence and been more categorical about when it thought criminality had taken place.
The state capture inquiry shows that South Africa’s parliament needs to urgently end the uncertainty about whether or not shadow directors are governed by the Companies Act.
Rob Davies, former South African trade and industry minister.
Rob Davies is critical of economic policy, starting with the Mandela administration. He reserves particular criticism for its macroeconomic policy framework introduced in 1996.
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa in parliament.
Meeting the challenges from the opposition will strengthen the ANC’s dominance. How well its new leadership copes will become clearer over the next few months.
South Africa’s new President Cyril Ramaphosa. Rebuilding institutions will be key.
South Africa has successfully defended its constitutional democracy. But the harsh reality is that the country still faces development challenges.
South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma and Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa. Which one of them does the criminal justice system support?
Steps are being taken to lay charges and seize assets of people and companies allegedly involved in corruption in South Africa.
South African protesters hold placards as they march against corruption.
The South African arm of the international accounting firm KPMG has learnt the hard lesson: Don’t break the 11th commandment - don’t get caught. That’s because South Africa’s citizens are fed up with corruption.
South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma isn’t blinking despite suffering another resounding loss in the Constitutional Court.
President Jacob Zuma has been brought to book repeatedly by South Africa’s courts. He also faces a rising tide of discontent. One way or another, he seems to be running out of political lives.
Leaked information is the life blood of investigative journalists. But there are a few golden rules they should follow when reporting on it.
When given leaked information journalists should check the information, consider alternative explanations, consider the political context and allow the people implicated a proper chance to respond.