Court orders preservation order for Guptas' mine rehabilitation funds

2018-03-10 18:29

The National Prosecuting Authority has secured a court order to preserve the mining rehabilitation funds of two Gupta-owned mines held by the Bank of Baroda which intends leaving South Africa.

Gigaba: Ajay, Atul Gupta not SA citizens - AS IT HAPPENED

2018-03-06 13:49

Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has clarified that controversial Gupta brothers Ajay and Atul are not South African citizens.

Gupta latest: Atul in talks, Ajay officially under arrest

2018-02-14 18:00

Tense negotiations are still under way with the lawyers of five suspects arrested by the Hawks in connection with the R220m looted from the failed dairy farm in Vrede, Free State.

#News24 ICYMI: More pressure piles on Guptas; Caster Semenya up for top Laureus award; and Holding a sneeze blew hole in man's throat

2018-01-16 18:27

The suspended Gauteng department of health head, Dr Barney Selebano, has resigned, a budget crisis halts funding of 700 nurses and see Sharon Stone’s reaction to being asked about sexual harassment in Hollywood.

Mondli Makhanya: The Ace up the Guptas’ sleeve

2017-12-24 06:05

Renewal is a term you hear a lot in the ANC, for as long as the party has grappled with life in a democratic South Africa, writes Mondli Makhanya.

VIDEO ANALYSIS: State Capture judgment - what this means

The North Gauteng High Court has ruled that President Jacob Zuma must fulfil the remedial actions of the Public Protector as described in the State of Capture report. News24 Editor-in-Chief Adriaan Basson weighs in. Watch.

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'At worst we were naive' Bell Pottinger CEO tells BBC

2017-08-02 16:52

'We were very naive,' admits Bell Pottinger’s CEO James Henderson in the second part of a BBC Radio 4 investigative series on the work the British PR firm did for the Guptas.

SA Tourism paid Bell Pottinger R9.6m

2017-06-12 20:06

Government entity SA Tourism spent R9.6m on a contract with controversial UK public relations firm Bell Pottinger to promote South Africa's image abroad.

Indian concern about the Gupta scandal

2017-06-11 06:10

I certainly don’t share the fear that the #GuptaLeaks could spark a nationwide hatred and retaliation against our country’s Indian folk, writes Hopewell Radebe.

Editorial: Guptas live and lead

2017-06-04 06:02

ANC Lives. ANC Leads. Today the Guptas Live and the Guptas Lead.


The tragic lesson of Gigaba's waning star

2018-03-09 10:28

A once promising and confident politician who could've easily been the party's president in the next five years, Malusi Gigaba's career is at a crossroads, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.

The Guptas: A family at the heart of Zuma's troubles

2018-02-14 18:55

A politically-connected business dynasty that moved to South Africa from India, the Gupta family finds itself at the centre of many of the scandals that have dogged President Jacob Zuma's administration.

Gupta friends in state’s health pie

2018-02-04 06:00

A mobile healthcare provider was allegedly appointed without a tender bidding process and paid a fat advance.

#News24 ICYMI: Gupta crackdown begins; It's De Villiers vs Kohli; and Zanu-PF youth wing to honour Mugabe on his 94th birthday

2018-01-15 18:07

The North Gauteng High Court sets aside a bid to have Hoërskool Overvaal admit 55 English-speaking learners, the world's fifth largest diamond is discovered in Lesotho and see the Queen’s response to where the crown jewels were hidden during WW2.

Helen Suzman Foundation, Wierzycka sue ministers, Zuma and Guptas over capture at Eskom

2017-12-14 17:58

The Helen Suzman Foundation and Sygnia Asset Management CEO Magda Wierzycka have approached the courts to deal with the capture of Eskom.

POLOTIKI | Episode 10: Clearance sale at Guptaville

2017-08-25 09:40

This week on News24 POLOTIKI we're talking about the Guptas selling off their companies. Listen here.

Malusi Gigaba, Ernie Els and the curious case of the Guptas' citizenship

2017-06-28 08:17

We should be careful not to become too blasé about what look like relatively small transgressions among our Cabinet ministers, writes Melanie Verwoerd.

Gigaba pushed through Guptas' SA citizenship - EFF

2017-06-12 15:35

The EFF says it has received reliable information that whilst Malusi Gigaba was minister of home affairs, he unduly granted the Gupta family South African citizenship.

Msholozi and his hit men

2017-06-04 06:02

President Zuma’s plan to plunder SA and flee shows we have a head of state with no conscience, writes Tebogo Khaas.

Des van Rooyen invokes sub judice rule over renewed 'state capture' claims

2017-05-28 22:49

Cooperative Governance Minister Des Van Rooyen will not be commenting on media reports that the Gupta's picked up the tab for his visit to Dubai in 2015 because the issue is sub judice, his office says.

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