Water affairs investigators have been looking into the dumping of carcasses near a life-sustaining river.
A Gupta-linked colliery has been accused of polluting the Olifants River, a vital source of water for food crop irrigation on farms around Delmas.
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The DA wants Parliament to investigate President Jacob Zuma's alleged involvement in the landing of the Gupta plane at the Waterkloof base.
Saxonwold residents have threatened legal action if the City of Johannesburg grants permission for an illegally built mansion in the Gupta compound.
Former ANN7 editor Rajesh Sundaram has called for an investigation into the channel after "incorrect" statements were made by home affairs.
Beeld editor Adriaan Basson speaks to us about the latest revelations in the Guptas' Waterkloof landing scandal.
Four employees of the Gupta news network ANN7 have been ordered to leave the country after it was discovered they had invalid work permits.
The Guptas are suing the Mail & Guardian for half a billion rand, claiming defamation in a recent article.
Sekunjalo has rebuffed an approach by the Gupta family to take a stake in Independent News & Media group, says chairperson Iqbal Survé.
The Gupta-funded Africa News Network7 launched on Wednesday - complete with Zulu dancers, a Zahara solo and bafflement on Twitter.
Public protector Thuli Madonsela may still launch a fully-fledged investigation into the Gupta plane landing at Waterkloof Air Force Base.
The public broadcaster and the Guptas may go head to head on the DStv platform, writes Glynnis Underhill.
The Free State government ignored regulations drawn up to prevent the milking of state assets. Craig McKune reports.
Vrede - "peace" in Afrikaans - was the name bestowed on a small Free State agricultural settlement in 1879 after a dispute over the site was resolved.
Up to half a billion tax rands are being poured into a Free State dairy farm whose links to the Gupta family appear to be increasingly clear.