The revenue services in both South Africa and Swaziland seem to be investigating the same man.
Pretoria high court finds directors of Aurora, including Khulubuse Zuma and Zondwa Mandela, guilty of stripping the assets of Pamodzi Gold's mines.
The statements "seek to distort the findings" of the report by the commissioner who was tasked to conduct an inquiry into the affairs of Pamodzi.
The application was dismissed with costs, with the judge saying Zuma's interests were not directly affected.
Khulubuse Zuma, President Jacob Zuma's controversial nephew, will go to court to fight claims for R1.5-billion by the liquidators of Aurora mines.
Controversial Bhana family not giving in
Why is Zwelinzima Vavi spending his precious political capital on a boycott of Generations in support of highly-paid actors, asks Verashni Pillay.
Controversial businessman and President Jacob Zuma's nephew, Khulubuse Zuma, married his long-time fiancé Swazi Princess Fikiswa Dlamini on the weekend.
Court documents allege that Michael Hulley – despite his denials – was an Aurora director.
After an M&G report, the public protector has been asked to probe claims that Jacob Zuma abused his power for an investment in his nephew’s company.
A meeting with the president appears to have persuaded an investment firm to give millions to empowerment firm Aurora, which others 'misappropriated'.
Controversial family is involved in another questionable gold deal
Khulubuse Zuma and Sikhumbuzo Shamase learn the hard way that when you're traipsing through "deep, dark Africa" all that glitters is not gold.
Khulubuse Zuma and a business partner bought "gold bars" from Guinea, but they turned out to be copper and zinc, a media report said on Sunday.
The media has laughed off the price tag demanded for rights to cover Khulubuse Zuma's marriage to a Swazi princess.
Here are the people the auditor's report identifies as having paid more than R7-million to benefit Jacob Zuma between 1995 and 2006.
We list the people the auditors' report identifies as having paid more than R7-million to benefit Jacob Zuma between 1995 and 2006.