State capture update: Kodwa faces music in state capture trial

Image: Flickr/GovernmentZA Zizi Kodwa is out of a job, out of the ANC’s National Executive Committee, and facing charges of corruption and money laundering. He also faces disciplinary action within the party, according to spokesperson Mahlengi Bhengu-Motsiri, and has had to step aside in line with its policy for criminally charged members. Kodwa was the Read more >

Wrap up of the latest from our state capture desk

The ANC has been putting out fires related to its election candidate list – more particularly, relating to members of the party whose names appear on the list despite corruption and other controversies hanging over their heads. Secretary-general Fikile Mbalula hosted a media briefing on Monday 11 March, almost a month after a similar engagement Read more >

Update on progress in resolving state capture cases

Welcome to our first update of the year on all things state capture and the state capture commission and the implementations of its recommendations. The presidency released a progress report in late November last year that documents its implementation of the recommendations by commission chairperson, Chief Justice Raymond Zondo. The year has started off with Read more >

Prosecutions, zero-tolerance culture key to fighting corruption in SA

By Darren ParkerFirst published on Engineering News Corruption has long been an unhappy and increasingly harmful feature of the South African political, economic and business landscape. The extreme scale of this insidious problem came into sharp focus during the inquiry into state capture, however, which unearthed not only the far-reaching nature of the scourge but Read more >