The one positive of this, even if some of it is depressing, is that there'll be life on the other side, writes Adriaan Basson.
Business lobby group has described the decision by the US Treasury to sanction the Gupta family as the 'sort of decisive action we all need'.
Is the DA being captured by the Institute for Race Relations (IRR)? Will we one day be summoned into meetings in their offices to take instructions on Cabinet appointments, asks Herman Mashaba.
Three safety deposit boxes containing Kruger rands and different currencies belonging to an alleged Gupta 'fixer' have been seized by the commission of inquiry into state capture, a Sunday report says.
Former Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas, who says he refused a R600m bribe from the Gupta family, has written a memoir about his time in office and outlined his vision for how to kick-start the country’s economy.
The #GuptaLeaks material indicates that Gupta had scores of meetings scheduled with the likes of Tina Joemat-Pettersson, Peter Thabethe, Mosebenzi Zwane and Ace Magashule throughout the three years during which the Free State government paid Estina the bulk of its Vrede dairy revenues. Have a look at the timeline graphic.
There is no coming back from Gordhan's accusations of Mkhwebane. He believes – and tells the court as much – that she is hell-bent on removing him from office and that the only beneficiaries of this will be those accused of corruption.
There is still a Sahara-sized desert between the family and extradition, says Ferial Haffajee.
Bosasa and the Guptas are no different from each other; they only happen to be competitors in a corrupt political economy, writes Ralph Mathekga.
Business rescue practitioners for Tegeta Resources and Exploration want Oakbay Investments liquidated to settle unpaid rent.
State capture did so much damage that SA may have to start again, writes Solly Moeng.
The seven countries approached for mutual legal assistance, in an attempt to have the Guptas extradited to face state capture allegations, have been identified.
But Capitec is still opposing a deal with the pension fund.
Despite promising to put about R200m into the Vrede dairy project, Gupta-run company Estina only had R16 in its bank account a day before the agreement between it and the Free State Department of Agriculture was signed.
#GuptaLeaks info implicates ANC secretary general in a computer deal that ran parallel to Vrede dairy scam - and suggests then-national agriculture minister also played a role.
Former president Jacob Zuma has denied the Gupta family had any influence in the appointment of his Cabinet ministers.
The auditor responsible for auditing Gupta-linked company Linkway Trading has been struck from the register of the Independent Regulatory Boards for Auditors. This is the first matter arising from the Gupta Leaks to reach a disciplinary conclusion and sanction, IRBA noted.
It was quite something to see Glencore as the victims before the inquiry into state capture rather than the captors, says Ferial Haffajee.
Project Halo, the consortium which won a bid for the mines owned by Tegeta Exploration & Resources, says there was nothing untoward about its bid
Here's what happens when Treasury’s good civil servant meets a weekend special, writes Ferial Haffajee.
For three years former Transnet and Eskom chief financial officer Anoj Singh's substantial salary accumulated in his bank accounts, with no monthly payments or debit orders.
Cape TownLiberty Financial Advisers
BellvilleTumaini ConsultingR300 000.00 Per Year
Apartments / Flats
R 9 950 000
R 3 300 000
R 4 500 000
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