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Legalbrief Today

22 September 2017

Ruling may signal the end for the Guptas

The Gupta family has eight days to find a new bank to take them on as clients or – in their own words – face an ‘inevitable demise’. This, notes...

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Possible criminal wrongdoing exposed at Eskom

New evidence has emerged of possible criminal wrongdoing in Eskom’s R1.6bn deal with McKinsey and Gupta-linked Trillian, notes a Business Day report. The utility is understood to be in the...

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KPMG needs to come clean – Gordhan

In what was cast as a preliminary meeting, former Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and his former deputy, Mcebisi Jonas, met KPMG International chairperson John Veihmeyer yesterday and insisted on full...

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Racism complaint against Rajesh Gupta lodged

The SA Human Rights Commission confirmed yesterday that Lawyers for Human Rights and the Ahmed Kathrada Foundation lodged a complaint of racism against Rajesh Gupta with the Gauteng office this...

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