Pretoria high court finds directors of Aurora, including Khulubuse Zuma and Zondwa Mandela, guilty of stripping the assets of Pamodzi Gold's mines.
Controversial Bhana family not giving in
Court documents allege that Michael Hulley – despite his denials – was an Aurora director.
Controversial family is involved in another questionable gold deal
A sheriff was allegedly sent to Nelson Mandela's home in order to find his grandson Zondwa Mandela who owes Investec money for a Mercedes Benz.
Velvet Sky's attorney has withdrawn from its liquidation case, citing personal reasons -- after being implicated in a mining-related fraud case.
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.
Jacob Zuma's confidante is part of a Chinese company's purchase of the Orkney mine, which was run into the ground by the politically-connected Aurora.
'We've lost money, we've lost our credibility, we've lost everything," lamented Aurora Empowerment Systems' financial director, Thulani Ngubane.
Axed Pamodzi Gold liquidator denies Aurora Empowerment Systems was given preference because of its political connections.
The union says it was 'no doubt' linked to liquidators dismissal.
Aurora mine encapsulates capitalism at its worst and greed at its best, Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi said on Thursday.
Parliamentarians shocked by disclosures at meeting held to discuss beleaguered company.
Stefaans Brümmer and Ilham Rawoot report on the cronies who were discovered this year with their hands in the public cookie jar.