The more business owners emigrate, the worse the consequences for job creation, says Solly Moeng.
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The infamous Gupta brothers have been fined just over R50 000 by Indian authorities for littering and after someone 'defecated in the open' during the lavish weddings of their two sons at the Auli ski resort in the Himalayas.
The Guptas are to host yet another extravagant wedding – said to be costing the controversial family about R100m – at the luxurious five-star Emirates Palace hotel in Abu Dhabi.
Be warned: these are the final days of Zuptastan and like a wounded animal, President Jacob Zuma is most dangerous after surviving the weekend’s brutal meeting of the ANC’s NEC, says Adriaan Basson.
The legal team at the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture has asked the chairperson to allow three hard drives containing the #GuptaLeaks to be admitted as evidence.
All communication with Ashu Chawla, an alleged Gupta fixer, will have to be through his lawyer, his counsel has told MPs on Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs.
amaBhungane's investigative team went after a trail left by Gupta lieutenant Salim Essa. What they found was a group of Jewish businessmen who complain of being shunned by their community because of their association with the Guptas.
A Chinese supplier allegedly paid Gupta associate Salim Essa millions in kickbacks related to Transnet’s R50bn deal to buy 1 064 locomotives, according to documents obtained by amaBhungane.
Ajay Gupta is reportedly back in his Indian hometown of Saharanpur, a small town in Uttar Pradesh, after last being spotted in Dubai.
Arrests relating to the Estina dairy project were not due to the change in political leadership of the country, acting Hawks head Lieutenant General Yolisa Matakata has said.
The leaked Gupta emails show how the director of an Indian aviation company was duped, browbeaten and eventually strong-armed into giving up control of the company to the Guptas.
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse has revealed more than 100 vehicles linked to the Gupta family, including some luxurious and exotic vehicles.
More Gupta-linked companies have filed for business rescue, company documents show.
Just how close the Guptas have become to the ruling Dubai monarchy, could play a role in whether they are extradited to South Africa to face trial for the alleged crimes they have committed.
The Ministry of Police, headed by Fikile Mbalula, has discouraged people from offering rewards for the arrest of Ajay Gupta.
Throughout the year, News24 brought you the best in up-to-date breaking news, in-depth analysis and opinions – but for the bigger news stories of 2017, we went the extra mile and created dedicated sites and special projects.
The board of Naspers has issued a statement after criticism over the business affairs of MultiChoice.
MultiChoice, the pay-TV company that owns DStv and M-Net, made a questionable payment of R25m to the Guptas' controversial ANN7 channel, the #GuptaLeaks show.
A complaint and appeal by Black First Land First against a News24 #GuptaLeaks story has been dismissed by the Press Ombudsman and an appeal judge.
Co-operative governance and traditional affairs minister Des van Rooyen says only President Jacob Zuma appointed him to the position of finance minister for three days in 2015.
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The Hawks, are in talks over a broader investigation into the Gupta family, following confirmation that it has initiated an investigation into the Guptas over allegations that public funds were used for a family wedding in Sun City.
There are still prosecutors with the experience to investigate the #Guptaleaks and to prosecute successfully. Shaun Abrahams knows who they are, but has failed to appoint them, writes Glynnis Breytenbach.
ANC leaders in Limpopo and Mpumalanga say the Guptas power to influence government must be eliminated.
The #GuptaLeaks have finally solved the mystery of the blue light vehicles that illegally ferried hundreds of guests to the infamous Sun City wedding extravaganza.
The reputational damage caused by the Guptas state capture to the global image of South Africa is probably incalculable. But one man might be able to help calculate it: Ajay Gupta, who for a full decade – until 2016 – sat on the board of Brand South Africa.
As President Jacob Zuma’s fate hangs in the balance, new evidence shows it was not only his son Duduzane, but also his fourth wife and their young son – and by extension he – who benefited from Gupta largesse
Atul Gupta has told a British radio station his family does not know why people link his family to state capture and if President Jacob Zuma is voted out, it will be irrelevant as he wants to stay in the country forever as he is proudly South African.
The #GuptaLeaks show how Gupta agents Ashu Chawla and Naresh Khosla abused their positions as company directors to sign off on dodgy employment contracts.
MPs have heard that the Gupta family offered schools prizes of hula hoops, soccer balls and crayons for the best-designed wedding invitations, all done apparently without the permission of the education department.
A damning draft report recommends that Transnet lay corruption charges against four key players in state capture: its former group chief executive Brian Molefe, former chief financial officer Anoj Singh, board subcommittee chairperson Iqbal Sharma and Gupta lieutenant Salim Essa.
The Department of Justice and the United Arab Emirates are currently working on a bilateral extradition and mutual legal assistance agreement, Justice Minister Michael Masutha has revealed.
The Guptas have built a lavish temple in India, paid for with money laundered through their companies in Dubai and India. In this multi-part series, we dip into the wash, rinse and repeat cycle employed by the family to move their money between SA, Dubai and India.
An application by Export Development Canada (EDC), the country's state-owned export-import bank, to ground a plane being used by the Gupta family is being heard in the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg.
The joint portfolio committee that summoned NPA head Shaun Abrahams to Parliament to answer for the sluggish investigation in the Estina/Vrede dairy farm state capture case remains dissatisfied with Abraham's answers, and will call another meeting.
During a brief update on the Vrede dairy farm case, the Hawks have said they cannot divulge too much information about suspects who are among those yet to be arrested, as they don't want to compromise the investigation.
In the event that you missed it, here are some of the best read and most popular stories from City Press on Sunday, February 18.
The brothers claimed to be philanthropists who loved SA. Now they’re running for cover, closing their businesses and letting their underlings take the fall.
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The MultiChoice board has announced that it would be investigating allegations that the pay-TV company, which owns DStv and M-Net, made dubious payments to news channel ANN7, formerly owned by the Guptas.
The value of a Transnet contract awarded to information technology (IT) company T-Systems ballooned from just under R1.7bn to nearly R3bn after known Gupta associate Salim Essa allegedly became a backchannel "negotiator" for the German multinational.
A coal mine owned by the Gupta family has landed a R150m bank loan by putting forward the mine’s environmental rehabilitation fund as security for the loan.
The Guptas and some of their friends and associates were treated like Cabinet ministers by the South African Police Service during the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.
The Hawks have confirmed that they are probing whether the controversial Gupta family used public funds for a family wedding at Sun City in 2013.
The NPA has yet to receive any dockets about cases involving state capture as director Shaun Abrahams avoided answering media questions.
The top, in-depth City Press stories reveal the reasons the NPA won’t act on the leaked Gupta emails, what lies in store for embattled President Jacob Zuma and how one ANC presidential candidate will hold looters of state resources accountable.
ANC presidential hopeful Cyril Ramaphosa has warned that the party would get its money back from a specific family.
After nearly nine disastrous years of a Jacob Zuma presidency, the Rainbow Nation dream of Nelson Mandela lies in tatters.
SARS commissioner Tom Moyane has denied allegations that he met with any members of the Gupta family in his personal and private capacity, in a statement released by SARS.
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