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Politicians need to make peace with the fact that journalists cannot and must not report only about the good and nice side of politicians and politics, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
The UK's Insolvency Service has launched an investigation into the former directors of disgraced PR, according to the Financial Times.
Newly-leaked documents show the global software giant knew it was dealing with the Guptas more than a year before the #GuptaLeaks allegations emerged.
The leaked Gupta emails show how the director of an Indian aviation company was duped, browbeaten and eventually strong-armed into giving up control of the company to the Guptas.
The Guptas used an international network of scrap metal dealers to launder hundreds of millions in kickbacks between China, India, UAE and SA. We introduce them.
About three-dozen shell companies allegedly received payments from Gupta-associated companies linked to the controversial China South Rail-Transnet contract, according to a report by the OCCRP.
Scorpio and amaBhungane can reveal that Eskom ignored five legal opinions warning the utility that its contentious “at risk” consulting contract with McKinsey was probably illegal.
Business Unity South Africa wants SA company directors to be held criminally responsible for corrupt practices taking place under their watch to help weed out graft.
#UniteBehind held a public meeting on Saturday at the Central Methodist Mission Church in Cape Town to prepare for mass mobilisation in support of the recall of President Jacob Zuma.
The possibility of irregular practices at much higher levels at SAP should be investigated, says Natasha Mazzone, DA shadow minister of public enterprises.
The #GuptaLeaks show how Gupta agents Ashu Chawla and Naresh Khosla abused their positions as company directors to sign off on dodgy employment contracts.
Two of the #GuptaLeaks whistleblowers open up from a secret location on what drove them to helping to leak tens of thousands of emails that lifted the veil on the inner workings of the Gupta family's empire and state capture.
Nkonki Inc has promised an independent probe after the resignation of its chief executive Mitesh Patel, while industry regulator Irba is demanding answers.
Broadcast regulator Icasa has referred a complaint by the DA to investigate the MultiChoice payments to ANN7 and SABC to its Compliance and Consumer Affairs division.
HSBC, with the assistance of external investigators, is conducting a wide-ranging review of any possible involvement in suspicious transactions, people with knowledge of the matter said.
A pan-African whistleblowing site has made hundreds of emails from the #GuptaLeaks publicly available on its website to help Parliament’s Eskom state capture inquiry.
Parliament confirmed that its medical aid scheme for MP’s had cut its ties with auditor KPMG.
Twitter SA's reaction to the resignation of the top leadership of KPMG SA was swift. Here's a selection of what got the country talking.
The bribe-for-deals scheme designed by the Guptas to milk South Africa’s state resources has brought into practice an old joke that is often told in India, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
Global software giant SAP has appointed an acting CEO in SA and names the global law firm and forensics firm to tackle the #Guptaleaks allegations.
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