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Madonsela to present Gupta report

A report on the Gupta family will be ready before outgoing public protector Thuli Madonsela finishes her term, she said on Wednesday. Speaking at the Rhema Bible Church’s Truth Be Told conference, Madonsela told journalists

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Jonas worried state firms being used politically

Deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas is “worried” about the impact of a perception that state institutions are being used to advance political agendas, saying the issue is a distraction to efforts to expand the economy. “Political behaviour does

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Guptas’ Oakbay listing may be suspended

Oakbay Resources & Energy, the company controlled by the Gupta family, may have its listing suspended by the JSE, the latest setback to the business interests of the friends of South African

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Madonsela gets funds to probe Guptas

Public protector Thuli Madonsela’s pending probe into allegations of state capture – which includes allegations against the Guptas – has received a R1,5m funding commitment from national

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Crooks use Gordhan’s name to peddle scams

Are you aware of a fund at national treasury that could hold US$9,5m of money owed to you? Neither is treasury. They are aware, however, of an apparent 419 scam that is once again doing the rounds in finance

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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

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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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SAA warned it must start making money

Struggling national carrier South African Airways needs to reduce its losses and start making money, deputy minister of finance Mcebisi Jonas said on Wednesday. ”We expect more from the company and its leadership in this area