ARTICLES RELATING TO STATE CAPTURE

Governance is collapsing in SA – Ramaphosa

2018-06-16 06:46

The president says public institutions have lost credibility and trust in the eyes of those they are meant to serve.

EXCLUSIVE: Gupta lieutenant Salim Essa in last gasp R70m bid to 'save' VR Laser

2018-06-14 09:16

The offer came minutes before creditors for the Boksburg-based engineering company were about to vote for liquidation.

Hawks raid Bank of Baroda as part of state capture investigation

2018-06-08 13:38

The Hawks are currently conducting a search and seizure operation at two branches of the Bank of Baroda relating to its state capture investigation.

South Africa, our collective amnesia will kill us

2018-06-06 06:01

If there has been a general apology to the people of South Africa by the ANC for the nine years of Jacob Zuma's presidency, Solly Moeng has not heard it.

A total train-smash: the R16bn 'Gupta premium'

2018-06-03 06:00

An analysis by amaBhungane's Sam Sole and Susan Comrie on how the Transnet locomotive acquisition went from R38.6bn to R54.5bn.

Guptas have 5 days to return plane to Lanseria airport

2018-06-01 15:38

The Gupta family has been found to be in breach of a court order, after the same court ordered the family return the now infamous Bombadier Global 6000 to a Canadian bank.

Church leaders to hold welcoming home prayers for Zuma

2018-05-31 07:44

The National Interfaith Council of South Africa, in partnership with the Commission for Religious Affairs, is expected to hold welcoming home prayers for former president Jacob Zuma.

Free State High Court lifts AFU restraint order in Vrede dairy case

2018-05-28 15:19

The Free State High Court in Bloemfontein has ruled in favour of Gupta-linked companies and individuals who challenged a provisional restraint order that targets assets, to the tune of R250m.

Auditor-General Kimi Makwetu: Why it's getting worse

2018-05-27 12:06

The Auditor-General blames state capture during the Jacob Zuma years for increased looting at municipal level, and welcomes steps to counter it.

First hearings of #StateCapture probe set to begin in August - AS IT HAPPENED

2018-05-24 14:35

Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo has provided an update on the progress made since the commission of inquiry into allegations of state capture commenced with its work.

 

State institutions durable, even after state capture – Ramaphosa

2018-06-15 21:30

The reality of state capture has forced the country to recognise the value of democratic institutions in ensuring stability and protection against the abuse of power and theft of public resources, says President Cyril Ramaphosa.

The ANC created Zuma and the ANC will have to deal with him

2018-06-13 06:00

Perhaps, for its own sake and that of the country, the ANC should be electorally quarantined and made to 'walk the wilderness' while it sorts out its internal affairs and finds its soul again, writes Solly Moeng.

Don't underestimate what SA has achieved in the past three months

2018-06-06 07:30

Ratings agency S&P's latest decision may be disappointing, but is a great opportunity for some important conversations, writes Bonang Mohale.

CITY PRESS ICYMI: Gupta losses put pressure on the NPA | DA battles rock party

2018-06-03 15:17

The NPA comes under fire over Gupta case losses and DA internal battles spill out into the open.

NPA files lawsuit over McKinsey's R1bn Eskom fee

2018-06-01 16:52

Prosecutors have filed a lawsuit aimed at recouping R1bn in consultancy fees they say were unlawfully paid to McKinsey by the state power utility.

Ramaphosa says state-owned companies are 'sewers of corruption'

2018-06-01 09:47

President Cyril Ramaphosa said South Africa needs to take extraordinary measures to boost growth, following years of economic stagnation.

'There is no money for this': MPs lose cool over mining state capture inquiry

2018-05-30 17:11

Tensions ran high in a Parliamentary committee over news that the legislature did not have funds for an inquiry into allegations of state capture in that department of mineral resources.

Ruling expected on Vrede restraint application

2018-05-28 07:36

The Free State High Court is expected to rule on the freezing of R180m in assets of eight people accused of fraud and other charges, relating to the multimillion-rand Estina dairy farm project.

'We will not sit back and wait' - Zondo on State Capture Inquiry

2018-05-24 19:15

Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo says they are not going to be "passive" on evidence and seeking out information for the judicial commission of inquiry into State Capture, saying it will be a "hands-on process".

State's procurement pot must be guarded jealously – Finance Minister

2018-05-22 16:44

Government sorely needs to improve how it procures goods and services, Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene has told Parliament.

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