Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema has alleged that the money Zuma pledged to pay for Nkandla upgrades will likely come from the Guptas.
The recurring problem of presidential air travel is causing trouble again, with private charters eating into the fiscus amid security concerns.
A due diligence report for their own company reveals illegal activity as recently as last year.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has said he was not aware that the plane chartered for his official visit to Japan last month belonged to the Guptas.
The Press Ombudsman has dismissed a complaint brought by Iqbal Sharma against the Mail & Guardian, saying the publication was justified in its report.
Thomas Thabane has defended the Guptas as "solid business-people" and his decision to appoint them to market Lesotho.
One of South Africa's most complex mining rights battles has finally been settled by the Constitutional Court.
Crime stats be damned, Goldman Sachs paints a rosy picture of South Africa and President Zuma doesn't have a clue … about Number One.
President Jacob Zuma says he does not know who the "Number One" is referred to in almost all reports related to the Guptagate saga.
Four SANDF officials implicated in the Guptagate saga will appear in military court to have their fate revealed to them.
Following a report suggesting Jacob Zuma knew about a private aircraft landing at Waterkloof, further accusations have pulled him into the saga.
The US government shuts down nonessential services and Jacob Zuma is named as ‘Number One’ in Guptagate saga.
The presidency says a claim in an affidavit that Jacob Zuma was involved in the Guptas' personal plane landing at Waterkloof is not based on fact.