Hawks nab suspected social media instigators of unrest
Two suspects alleged to have been behind the July looting and unrest will appear in court today, for incitement to commit violence on social media.
SA youth more likely to support looting, AI study finds
While most South Africans are against violence and looting, it’s troubling to see how desperate the unemployed youth have become, says CompariSure.
Regulator warns against distribution of jailed Zuma images
SA's information watchdog issues a stern warning to those who unlawfully accessed and distributed images of the incarcerated former president.
SA’s mobile operators count losses after massive looting
As the running battles between law enforcement and looters continue, the telcos resort to closing shops to ensure the safety of employees and customers.
Social media used as ‘dangerous tool’ to mobilise ongoing attacks
Minister Bheki Cele pursues those suspected of malicious use of social media, while industry pundits weigh in on how the medium is being used to mobilise the attacks.
ANC bigwigs, Joburg mayor named in EOH’s state capture testimony
The Zondo Commission hears that questionable transactions and payments were made by EOH between 2015 and 2017 to some politically-connected individuals.
Muthambi makes a comeback
Embattled former communications minister Faith Muthambi gets appointed to a key role, as she becomes chairperson of one of the oversight committees in Parliament.
Muthambi eyes return to top post
Former embattled minister, Faith Muthambi, is likely to be making a comeback to Parliament.
Govt begins second probe into state contract with SAP
President Cyril Ramaphosa authorises a new investigation into a water ministry contract with SAP, citing allegations that public money was spent unlawfully.
SAP CEO apologises for 'governance missteps' in SA
Bill McDermott strikes a confident note on SAP's future, hinting that further operating profit margin gains are on the way.
Public Protector probes R671m SAP contract
The anti-corruption agency investigates a government contract with SAP, which has admitted misconduct in separate deals involving the Guptas.