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29 August 2016

Net is closing on Gordhan

The Gordhan-NPA stand-off; the Gupta family’s alleged role in contracts being probed by the Treasury; the family’s surprise decision to liquidate its assets in SA by year-end; and speculation that...

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Massive Prasa corruption claim against ANC

Claims that implicate the ANC in benefiting from Prasa’s controversial locomotives deal have been made by chairperson Popo Molefe in court papers, says a News24 report. Molefe alleges that the...

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Eskom signed R130m dud coal deal with Gupta firm

Eskom paid more than R130m to a Gupta-owned mining company for coal the power utility could not use, a National Treasury investigation has revealed, says a Sunday Times report. The...

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