Browsing: Duduzane Zuma

Inside the Zuptas’ cyberwar on the truth

Propagandist cyber tactics planted during the Zupta era must be uprooted so that South Africans can assert that factual accuracy and truth matter. Over the past few years, the battle over what constitutes the truth has

It’s ANC vs Zuma as Molefe returns to Eskom

The newly reinstated head of South Africa’s power utility has been accused of attempting to influence a former minister, reversed plans to close power plants that his predecessor claimed weren’t needed, and set the country’s ruling party

SA economy needs radical overhaul: Zuma

South Africa’s ruling party pledged to ensure the country’s black majority secures a bigger stake in the economy and do more to create jobs, as it seeks to claw back support lost in the wake of a succession of scandals implicating

Guptas considered treasury a ‘stumbling block’

National treasury was a “stumbling block” to the Guptas’ business ambitions and the family asked deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas to sack its director-general, according to former public protector Thuli Madonsela’s “state capture” report. He would

Zuma under pressure to step down

President Jacob Zuma and some ministers may have breached the government’s code of ethics in their dealings with the Gupta family and prosecutors must investigate possible crimes that may have been committed, the nation’s graft ombudsman said

Guptas’ friendship with Zuma ‘more difficult’

The Gupta brothers’ friendship with President Jacob Zuma has been made a “little more difficult” since allegations of state capture emerged this year. Gupta spokesman Gary Naidoo said the Guptas continue to have a relationship with

Gupta accounts face regulatory scrutiny

South African regulators are seeking details from India’s Bank of Baroda of accounts belonging to businesses owned by the Gupta family, intensifying scrutiny of the friends of President Jacob Zuma, according to a person close to the

Gupta firm CEO supports SABC protests ban

The SABC is right to implement a ban on showing visuals of violent public protests, says Oakbay Investments chief executive officer Nazeem Howa. In an interview about his company’s controversial

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