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Two more VBS execs provisionally sequestrated

Andile Ramavhunga was provisionally sequestrated, along with Robert Madzonga

Former VBS boss only heard of ‘looting’ after it happened, advocate argues

During proceedings on Wednesday, Robert Madzonga’s advocate, said his client only became aware of the looting on March 11 this year

Siza Mzimela appointed acting CEO of struggling SA Express

Current acting SA Express CEO Matsietsi Mokholo will be taking up a new position in the Presidency.

VBS head’s explanation of R15m bonus is ‘absurd’, court hears

VBS CEO Andile Ramavhunga became the focus of sequestration proceedings in the Johannesburg high court on Tuesday afternoon

Three VBS execs provisionally sequestrated, Vele liquidated

The sequestration and liquidation matter, which is ongoing, is being heard in the Johannesburg high court on Tuesday

VBS saga: Municipalities in for half-a-decade wait for a fraction of R1.5bn deposits

Disciplinary action is going to be lodged against those responsible – from the bank and the municipalities – for the funds ending up with VBS.

The plans to expand VBS if ‘looting’ wasn’t exposed

VBS Mutual Bank was set to become a commercial bank

Death threats and dismissals: Inside SITA’s ‘clean-up’ probes

Among several investigations relating to the agency are two which former president Jacob Zuma previously ordered

Death threats and dismissals: Inside SITA’s ‘clean-up’ probes

Among several investigations relating to the agency are two which former president Jacob Zuma previously ordered

Power struggle rocks VBS bank’s main shareholder

Two Vele Investments bigwigs are at the heart of a power struggle as the VBS fraud saga continues

Factors fuelling fight over Cape Town’s controversial R1bn prime land tender

Residents are trying to have the City of Cape Town's decision to sell and lease a portion of prime land between Clifton and Camps Bay reversed

Cape Town investigation unit reinstated following shut down by De Lille

On Wednesday, the National Council of Provinces accepted a motion to see that the Special Investigation Unit gets back on its feet

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