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President Jacob Zuma sends money-laundering bill back to parliament
President Jacob Zuma sends money-laundering bill back to parliament
President Jacob Zuma sent an anti-money-laundering bill that would have increased scrutiny of the bank accounts of "prominent individuals",...
Letters to the editor: November 25 to December 1 2016
Letters to the editor: November 25 to December 1 2016
On November 11, The Social Protection advertising supplement in the Mail & Guardian published country studies about cash transfers. From...
Last-gasp bid to buy bank by Gupta allies
Last-gasp bid to buy bank by Gupta allies
Individuals linked to the Guptas have launched an audacious bid to buy a bank as the controversial family battles potentially crippling money-laundering allegations....
‘Guptas’ man hijacked our state deals’
‘Guptas’ man hijacked our state deals’
Two businesspeople seeking to declare their partner a delinquent director have exposed further details of how a Gupta-linked company gained a...
Workers leak details of potentially lethal conditions at Guptas' Tegeta coal mine
Workers leak details of potentially lethal conditions at Guptas' Tegeta coal mine
Blasting within 500m of passing traffic without safety measures in place, resuming operations within days of having been suspended, and strangling...
Brian Molefe: I am captured by the Constitution, not the Guptas
Brian Molefe: I am captured by the Constitution, not the Guptas
Eskom CEO Brian Molefe said the only thing he has been captured by is South Africa’s Constitution.
[Video]Gupta workers plead for their jobs
[Video]Gupta workers plead for their jobs
Employees of Gupta-owned Oakbay Investments marched to major banks on Tuesday to demand that the company's accounts be reopened.
Guptas become too hot to handle
Guptas become too hot to handle
It has just become much harder for the controversial Gupta family to do business.
Letters to the editor: April 8 to 15 2016
Letters to the editor: April 8 to 15 2016
Last Thursday’s Constitutional Court ruling has shown beyond doubt that decisive action is now imperative to solve the problems inherent in...
Political observers: SA has become a police state
Political observers: SA has become a police state
An opposition MP in Cape Town and a senior civil servant in Pretoria agreed on one thing this week – South Africa is not veering towards a police...

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