Racial edicts in the form of the current empowerment regime have been presented as a non-negotiable by President Ramaphosa, writes Terence Corrigan.
Parliament’s trade and industry oversight committee has agreed to launch an inquiry into Transnet’s controversial acquisition of 1 064 locomotives at a cost of R50bn.
Public relations firm Bell Pottinger says it will continue to follow the code of conduct of a UK PR regulatory body as not all of its staff worked on the Oakbay Gupta account.
The Guptas may have to answer to the United Kingdom for money laundering, Zimbabweans 'apologise' to SA over Grace Mugabe 'wrath' and police arrests five prisoners involved in daring escape.
After helping topple Bell Pottinger, anti-corruption groups are now targeting US consultancy McKinsey & Co. and auditing firm KPMG for doing work for businesses tied to the Gupta family and President Zuma’s son Duduzane.
Embattled British PR firm Bell Pottinger has had its membership of the Public Relations and Communications Association terminated “with immediate effect”.
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