Investigator Paul Holden has given a stupefying account of billions of rand paid from state-owned entities and other governmental organisations into a complex local laundromat.
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The R3.8-billion claim Eskom has made against former executives as well as former minister Mosebenzi Zwane and the Gupta brothers, is a matter of principle, CEO André de Ruyter said on Tuesday.
The SIU is going after members of the Gupta family, and former Eskom executives, board members and other associates in an effort to recoup R3.8-billion that the power utility lost when the Gupta family acquired Optimum Coal.
The ANC will come up with a comprehensive policy package to simultaneously boost growth, address racial inequality and tackle a 28% unemployment rate, a top party official said. The ANC is looking at “how you get growth, how you
Nedbank said South African mines minister Mosebenzi Zwane urged the lender to reconsider its decision to sever ties with companies tied to the Gupta family, who are friends of President Jacob Zuma and in business with his son. Nedbank, in a letter
Lawyers representing President Jacob Zuma urged the high court to halt the release of a report of the nation’s graft ombudsman into allegations that the Gupta family, who are friends with the president, exercised undue influence
The fundamental problem confronting South Africa today is a political culture that is defective and out of kilter with the needs of the majority of the people. Innovative thinking about transforming the economy is stunted by political
It’s hard to know who’s leading South Africa. Last week, the presidency repudiated the mines minister when he caused a storm of protest from business leaders by saying the cabinet authorised a judicial
South Africa has caught the world’s attention with an epic battle between two powerful factions within the governing ANC, which has spilt into government. Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has aptly described this as a government that wages
South Africa’s cabinet has asked President Jacob Zuma to set up a judicial review to consider creating a state bank as well as the mandates of both the Banking Tribunal and Banking Ombudsman after the nation’s four biggest lenders said they would stop doing business with