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.
Julius Malema's attempts to politically capitalise on the Marikana mine shooting continued on Thursday at Grootvlei gold mine on the East Rand.
In a blistering anti-Zuma speech, Julius Malema has urged Aurora workers to fight for their rights, and unite to "make the mines ungovernable".
Businessman Khulubuse Zuma owes the eThekwini metro police R28 950 in outstanding traffic fines. The metro cops may have to wait in line, however.
Liquidators say Solly and Fazel Bhana were behind the collapse of the Pamodzi gold mines, stripping the mines' assets while workers went unpaid.
Some of Khulubuse Zuma's assets have been auctioned but this has done little to sate the appetite of a ravenous public keenly awaiting his punishment.
Three luxury cars and household goods belonging to Khulubuse Zuma have been auctioned off to pay R10-million owed to Protea Coin Security.
The end of the Pamodzi and Aurora crisis may finally be in sight if the Pamodzi liquidators succeed in selling the Grootvlei and Orkney mines.
Protesters opposed to the DRC's Joseph Kabila are picketing outside the Mining Indaba, calling on investors to eschew the country's mineral resources.
President Jacob Zuma's nephew, Khulubuse Zuma, has paid a R3 000 admission of guilt fine after being caught driving at 181km/h in KwaZulu-Natal.
Two of Khulubuse Zuma's companies have begun their exploration of the Democratic Republic of Congo in search of oil.
A high court judge in Pretoria has granted default judgment against Aurora's Khulubuse Zuma, for the payment of more than R10-million.
Aurora's unpaid miners have issued a letter appealing for help ahead of the Christmas season while the company's executives face legal action.
Nelson Mandela's grandson is due to face criminal charges for not attending a high court inquiry over Aurora Empowerment Systems.
The new airline Velvet Sky hired a director and advisers of failed mining company Aurora Empowerment Systems to help "grow the company".
Court gets new details of both Aurora's bid to take over Pamodzi's mines and its running of them.
Parliament's mining committee is considering summoning Aurora's Khulubuse Zuma and Zondwa Mandela for a progress report on the Pamodzi debacle.
As the sun sets on the now-liquidated mining company, Aurora director Michael Hulley's selection as the president's legal adviser has raised eyebrows.
The appointment of Zuma's personal lawyer as his legal adviser in the executive has raised the eyebrows of legal analysts and the ire of unions.