Former state security minister Siyabonga Cwele allegedly summoned senior intelligence bosses to a meeting after he learned that the controversial Gupta family was going to be investigated, the commission of inquiry into state capture heard on Monday.
A former Eskom official has denied telling his colleague that Malusi Gigaba, in his capacity as public enterprises minister, had given them instructions to sponsor The New Age newspaper's business breakfasts to the tune of R1m per session.
Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel says he declined several invitations from the Guptas, including one to attend the now-infamous wedding at Sun City in 2013.
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has told the Eskom Inquiry that most members of the Gupta family were naturalised between 2002 and 2006, when he was not yet minister of home affairs.
Gauteng has asked for a legal opinion that will determine the provincial government’s position on whether to review contracts undertaken by KPMG.
KPMG South Africa sets a potential example of how shareholders can attack the soft underbelly of private sector state capture enablers.
Auditing firm KPMG says there was no political motivation behind its SARS rogue unit report.
KPMG suffered another blow to its reputation when the Institute of Directors announced it is temporarily suspending all co-branded activities with the auditing firm.
South African Airways has had problems "all the time" and cannot be attributed to the current board and management, says President Jacob Zuma.
The high court has ruled in favour of the SABC after the public broadcaster cancelled a contract with debt collecting firm Lorna Vision.
A Transnet pension fund has been paid a settlement amount of approximately from Gupta-linked Regiments, the fund said in a statement issued on Thursday afternoon.
Former public enterprises minister Malusi Gigaba gave Eskom officials instructions to sponsor The New Age newspaper's business breakfasts to the tune of R1m per session, the Zondo commission has heard.
Nearly R20m in Gupta-linked cash appears to be in limbo and may be forfeited to the state following a failed attempt to 'purchase' two aircraft owned by Sahara Computers.
HSBC said on Friday that it “has been reviewing its exposure to the Guptas for some time, and has closed a number of accounts for associated front companies wherever we have found them”, according to reports by the Wall Street Journal, Reuters and Morningstar.
Parliament’s portfolio committee on trade and industry has agreed on the way forward for an inquiry into localisation and public procurement, which includes Transnet's questionable procurement of over 1 000 locomotives.
State-owned airline SA Express has also done business with Gupta-linked consultancy firm Trillian Capital, according to a written parliamentary reply.
Public Investment Corporation chief executive Dan Matjila has survived a board meeting, after reports alleged there could be a plan to remove him.
James Henderson, CEO of UK-based PR firm Bell Pottinger, resigned over the weekend, according to the Financial Times.
In a show of "transparency and good governance", Mzwanele Manyi made public the shareholder documents of Lodidox, the firm that bought the Guptas' media interests.
Bell Pottinger CEO James Henderson has said he disagrees with Lord Bell’s view regarding the company taking on the Guptas as clients, a report in PR Week has revealed.
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