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State-owned arms dealer Denel does not have enough money to pay its staff their December salaries.

Adv Luvuyo Mfaku, National Prosecuting Authority(NPA) Spokesperson, spoke about the NPA head Shaun Abrahams giving president Zuma up until January 31 to file his representations arguing why he should not face 783 counts of fraud, racketeering and money laundering.

Karyn Maughn, Senior Journalist at e NCA, spoke about the NPA head Shaun Abrahams giving president Zuma up until January 31 to file his representations arguing why he should not face 783 counts of fraud, racketeering and money laundering.

The PSA was not consulted and they are not happy with the decision that was taken.

Thabang Makwetla, MK Council Member & Deputy Minister of Justice and Correctional Services, talking about the violence that erupted outside Luthuli House today when groups supporting for Zuma to stay and those wanting him to leave clashed.

Kate Skinner, Member at SOS Support Public Broadcasting Campaign & an Independent Broadcast Researcher, spoke on the independence of the National Broadcaster especially with regards to whether Chris Maroleng has been appointed or not.

Luther Lebelo, SARS Group Executive: Employee Relations, responded to Lord Pater Hains labeling of Moyane and Makwakwa as corrupt with regards to Hogan Lovells investigation into several suspicious payments into the accounts of deputy commissioner Jonas Makwakwa.

Lawson Naidoo, Executive Secretary at Council For The Advancement Of The Constitution (Casac), spoke about NPA Boss Shaun Abrahams being expected to give notice on President Zuma's prosecution decision.

Advocate Bongani Majola, Chairperson of the Human Rights Commission spoke to Karima about the Human Rights Commission wanting Edward Zuma to Pay R100K for 'hate speech'after he attacked Derek Hanekom and Pravin Gordhan and branded the pair "sellouts" and accused them of defending white monopoly capital.

In April, the High Court in Pretoria ordered government to revoke its notice to withdrawn from the ICC.

Stephen spoke to the Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development, Michael Masutha, who explained why South Africa wants to withdraw from the ICC.

How is the Steinhoff corruption scandal tied to the businesses associated with its shareholders?