Politics

Judge Joffe calls Selebi “embarrassment to SAPS and country”

By Andy Rice 3 August 2010

Judge Meyer Joffe brought down the full might of justice on former police commissioner Jackie Selebi, who has been convicted of corruption and now faces 15 years in prison. He called him an embarrassment to South Africa, the government that appointed him, the South African Police Service and the court. Joffe took particular umbrage to Selebi's attempts to hoodwink the court with "mendacious and manufactured evidence", but still handed down the minimum sentence for the charges. Read more: Mail & Guardian and Times Live

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Corruption, Inc

Thulas Nxesi: State Capture forces resist the clean up at Public Works

By Marianne Merten

Op-Ed

Inequality in South Africa: Beyond the 1%

Fazila Farouk and Murray Leibbrandt 10 hours ago

Riding a Black Unicorn Down the Side of an Erupting Volcano While Drinking from a Chalice Filled with the Laughter of Small Children is the title of a dark cabaret album by 'Voltaire'

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