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Roy Moodley told Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa in a 2017 meeting that he held a top position in the country and that the state-owned enterprise was going to see changes that everyone had to be on good terms with, the Zondo commission heard on Wednesday.
Durban North detective Colonel Reuben Govender is a seasoned cop and one would therefore assume that, when he investigates an alleged crime, he would get the most basic information right, journalist and author Jacques Pauw says.
At least three companies which have been linked to questionable relations with government have stalls at the ANC's 54th elective conference – MultiChoice, Sasstec and Sharks Security Services.
A picture is emerging of a “chummy” relationship between Durban businessman Roy Moodley and a senior Durban North police officer, Lieutenant-Colonel Reuben Govender and some officers who work for him.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane has viewed President Jacob Zuma's declaration of interests at the Union Buildings in Pretoria.
Activists from #UnitedBehind are expected to march from Central Methodist Mission in Greenmarket Square in Cape Town to an undisclosed location to demand the arrest of President Jacob Zuma.
The office of the Minister of Police has again capitulated in what was a three-pronged legal attack by a Durban businessman, who was harassed and thrown into jail several times because of a"civil dispute" he had with racehorse owner Roy Moodley.
The SA Revenue Service's decision to file a High Court application against Jacques Pauw confirms the contents of his book, The President's Keepers, are correct, NB publishers says.
Roy Moodley, the controversial Durban businessman who once allegedly paid President Jacob Zuma a salary, received questionable "fees" from yet another contractor to the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa).
Roy Moodley, controversial KwaZulu-Natal racehorse owner and friend of President Jacob Zuma, is again in the spotlight in a KZN court battle.
President Jacob Zuma has denied that he received any undisclosed money from private individuals or companies during his term as president.
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