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20 February 2017

Guptas see Treasury as 'stumbling block' – Jonas

Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas has made startling claims about the wealth of the Gupta family, courtesy of transactions with the state, and their view that the National Treasury was...

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No criminal sanction against errant banks

The banks and individual traders identified in the Competition Commission’s referral to the Competition Tribunal do not face the prospect of criminal sanction by the competition authorities even if found...

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Minister holds up Sassa's ConCourt grants plea

Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) may squeeze the SA Social Security Agency (Sassa) for an extra R1.3bn a year to distribute welfare grants – and Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini is...

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