Allan Gray has been accused of benefiting from social grants crisis as they are investing in Net1, the parent company of CPS.
Zuma says he cannot be expected to act against Minister Bathabile Dlamini on social grants matter now before the ConCourt.
An investigation revealed that Net1 used a secret backdoor to get grant beneficiaries’ information to its subsidiaries.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews EWN’s Stephen Grootes about the political ramifications of the Sassa debacle.
Minister of Social Development Bathabile Dlamini was absent from Parliament on Thursday afternoon.
Radebe says Bathabile Dlamini’s involvement in an inter-ministerial task team to investigate Sassa 'not a conflict of interest'.
President Jacob Zuma will answer questions in Parliament for the first time in 2017, on matters including social grants payments.
The ANC postponed yesterday's meeting with AIC, and has until month-end to finalise the coalition agreement.
It's now up to the Contsitutional Court to decide whether Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) continues to deliver social grants.
Amabhungane says it has proof that Net1's subsidiaries use Sassa grantees personal data to sell them insurance and electricity.
EWN's Chip & Curtis take a dig at Minister Bathabile Dlamini and her side-kick Lumka Oliphant after Wednesday's ConCourt lashing.
Constitutional law expert says the Constitutional Court is likely to make ruling on social grants crisis within next two days.
Following a 7 hour sitting, the Constitutional Court is yet to make ruling over the mess at Sassa.
The former TRC commissioner responds to the absence of black legal counsel during ConCourt hearings on social grants saga.
Black Sash wants the ConCourt to have oversight over any interim measures implemented by Sassa and the Social Development Dept.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews the underrated turnaround guru for this weekly “ShapeShifter” feature.
Andrew Breitenbach has asked the Constitutional Court to either extend the existing contract or allow an interim agreement.
Chief Justice Mogoeng berated Minister Bataibile Dlamini and Sassa, and Post Office says it can go ahead and pay social grants.
In Addis Ababa on Tuesday Dlamini-Zuma handed over her post as African Union chair to Moussa Faki Mahamat.
Social Development and the South African Social Security Agency explained why an interim contract with CPS should be allowed.
The finance minister says only a short term interim agreement may be reached between CPS and the Social Development Department.
Chief Justice's new Tuesday 3 pm deadline in place for Sassa CEOs and Social Development Minister to file affidavits.
Sassa and Social Development on Monday failed to meet the ConCourt's deadline to explain plans to pay social grants from April 1.
Allan Gray holds almost 16% of the share capital of Net1 on behalf of its clients. This investment has come under the spotlight.
Net1 UEPS owns the controversial social grants distributor Cash Paymaster Services. Bruce Whitfield interviews CIO Andrew Lapping.
Xolani Gwala says Constitutional Court's intervention on the social grants matter is decisive and important.
Scopa chair says it's still unclear what the plan is for 1 April, even though Minister Dlamini insists that grants will be paid.
Min. Bathabile Dlamini says she won’t be drawn on how much a new deal with Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) will cost the taxpayer.
Social Development Minister finally answers questions on social grants payments before Parliament's Scopa but deal not signed yet.
Parliament's Scopa summoned Minister Bathabile Dlamini to explain plans to pay social grants from April 1.
The legality and terms of a new contract between CPS and Sassa should be the biggest concern in the grants mess, says Themba Godi.
Parliament's Standing Committee on Public Accounts chair says Minister Bathabile Dlamini deliberately failed the process.
Amabhungane investigative reporter Craig McKune reflects on the timeline of events which led Sassa to a legal contractor debacle.