An investigation by the parastatal’s board into the contentious ‘New Age’ deal will be finalised soon.
Gwede Mantashe's dream of moving Parliament to ANC country takes an unexpected turn. The circus is in town but no one's watching.
Thomas Thabane has defended the Guptas as "solid business-people" and his decision to appoint them to market Lesotho.
Politically connected business person Atul Gupta has reportedly been appointed special adviser to Lesotho Prime Minister Tom Thabane.
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A cartoon depicting businessperson Atul Gupta and President Jacob Zuma has been pulled from being used on a theatre poster, says a report.
Former ANN7 editor Rajesh Sundaram is back home in Delhi, where he plans to write a book about his experience working with the Gupta family.
M&G Newsroom discusses allegations of political interference at ANN7, threats against staff and secret meetings between Jacob Zuma and Atul Gupta.
A former ANN7 employee says he fears for his life after turning down a severance package and was threatened by an alleged ANN7 bodyguard.
President Jacob Zuma's son will be a key BEE partner in the 24-hour satellite news channel being launched by the politically-connected Gupta family.
The Mail & Guardian has sifted through a storm of public denials and rebuttals by the Guptas in an attempt to separate the facts from the spin.
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The Gupta family should be charged with treason for using Waterkloof Air Force Base, former ANC Youth League president Julius Malema has said.
The Gupta family, owners of the New Age newspaper and Sahara, are planning what has been described as possibly the "wedding of the century".
A meeting between DA MP Wilmot James and the "New Age" bosses was a constructive discussion on issues of media and politics, the newspaper has said.
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Subcontractors at the Gupta family's Shiva Uranium mine are crying foul over the company's alleged failure to pay for services provided.
Former minister in the presidency Essop Pahad has broken business ties with the Gupta family by resigning as director of TNA Media, media reports say.