On Wednesday Anonymous Africa claimed to take down Gupta-linked websites for Oakbay Investments, Sahara, and media outlets The New Age and ANN7.
The cyber hacking cooperative Anonymous Africa threatened and apparently shut down the websites of Gupta-linked companies on Wednesday.
The Mail & Guardian spoke to some of the protesters who marched on three of SA's biggest banks and asked them what they thought of the Guptas.
The ANC national executive committee this weekend lambasted South African media, especially those owned by the Gupta family, for their coverage.
We release this statement to correct inaccurate perceptions that may arise from "The New Age" article published.
The New Age and ANN7 will appoint a public editor to deal with complaints, following the newspaper's withdrawal from the ombudsman process.
The DA says the publication pulling out of the system meant it was no longer possible to hold the newspaper accountable for fairness and accuracy.
Parastatals are not primarily seen as development drivers or even as providers of services answerable to citizens, but as a source of patronage.
A former ANN7 employee says he fears for his life after turning down a severance package and was threatened by an alleged ANN7 bodyguard.
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Atul Gupta says he's confused at the reaction to the landing of a family aircraft at Waterkloof Air Force Base, and SA should be thankful to them.
The Gupta family, owners of the New Age newspaper and Sahara, are planning what has been described as possibly the "wedding of the century".
What was seen as a major coup for the SABC and the New Age soon degenerated into a farce as a Brics briefing broadcast was lost in translation.
The image of burning tyres and looting shops appears to have been President Zuma's main concern during his address at the New Age media briefing.
The New Age has welcomed Democratic Alliance leader Helen Zille's urgent request for an inquiry into the newspaper's funding.
A meeting between DA MP Wilmot James and the "New Age" bosses was a constructive discussion on issues of media and politics, the newspaper has said.
The Democratic Alliance leader wants a commission of inquiry to investigate the legality of "public money" used to fund the New Age newspaper.
The "New Age" has reported that Helen Zille sent Atul Gupta a letter on May 25 2009, thanking him for his donation to the party.