From startling insights from the Guptas' former guards to an interview with Mr Please Call Me – what to expect in this week's Mail & Guardian.
The Guptas had a three-day long wedding in Antalya, Turkey, which is now being hailed as the "Indian Wedding of the Year" in local society pages.
The Gupta family does not have links to the processing of visas for foreign visitors to South Africa, the department of home affairs said on Monday.
The DA revealed that Oakbay Investments chief executive wrote to the party leader requesting a meeting, but the DA “firmly rejected” the proposal.
Denel's focus on Southeast Asia is misguided and its joint venture with Gupta-linked VR Laser suspect, say analysts.
The Mardan Palace hotel in Turkey has been fully booked for the wedding of Ajay Gupta's son. This time, the Guptas have stuck to travel protocol.
Amid reports that Atul and Ajay have left SA, experts can only speculate why financial institutions suddenly found the family too hot to handle.
The Gupta family and Duduzane Zuma released statements on Friday announcing that they had stepped down from all Oakbay companies.
As allegations of 'state capture' continue, it was revealed on Tuesday that an Eskom board member also serves a Gupta-owned company's board.
Senior spooks, sacked for planning a probe into the family, considered asking for President Jacob Zuma to be axed.
In a show of force, the private sector warned the ANC that decisive leadership was needed to deal with allegations of undue influence by the Guptas.
The Industrial Development Corporation continues to claim it will do well out of the Oakbay deal for the Shiva mine but uranium’s future is uncertain.
In the aftermath of last week's allegations that the Gupta family had tried to 'buy' various Cabinet positions, the family and ANC agreed to meet.
A Cabinet reshuffle and strategic changes are in the pipeline, with the near-complete removal of opposition being the target.
Former chairperson Zola Tsotsi says he was kicked out of the power utility after being told he wasn’t "playing the game".
The Guptas have allegedly fêted public officials before, and others may yet crawl out of the woodwork after a weekend ANC meeting.
The president is sticking with his line from half a decade ago: he knows nothing about alleged interference by the Gupta family in government.