Craig Mckune

Transnet’s shady Gupta loan deal

Parastatal paid Gupta associate’s firm tens of millions for a service it could have provided itself or got for a fraction of the price.

How to eat a parastatal like Transnet – chunk by R600m chunk

An amaBhungane investigation into Transnet suggests the hijacking of state-owned enterprises by private interests is worse than originally thought.

How to eat a parastatal like Transnet – chunk by R600m chunk

An amaBhungane investigation into Transnet suggests the hijacking of state-owned enterprises by private interests is worse than originally thought.

Sars chief’s mystery stash

Revenue service's number two Jonas Makwakwa has been recommended for a probe into R1.2m in "suspicious" cash deposits.

Gupta-linked firm’s R167m Transnet Bonanza

For this company, the state rail company is the gift that just keeps giving

US probe links Cape tycoon to mining rights bribery in Africa

Politically-linked multimillionaire Walter Hennig has been associated with the bribery of officials in three African countries for mining rights.

Helen Zille’s adviser and ex-public works head in R190m conflict of interest

Former public works head bought property over the road from a potential commercial development in Sea Point on land slated for affordable housing.

CSIR’s supercomputer tender and the theatre of the absurd that followed it

In a letter, Sibusiso Sibisi reveals a probe by Naledi Pandor into "alleged maladministration and corruption" - claims he's says he's never heard of.

Guptas’ media bid rebuffed

The PIC is trying to block the Guptas' bid to take a stake at Independent Newspapers, which seems to indicate a hardening attitude towards the family.

Guptas sue for 27.5% of Independent Media

The Guptas are now legally fighting for a large stake in Independent Media due to a 2012 pact made between them and the company's chair, Iqbal Surve.

US probes DRC oil deal with Khulubuse Zuma tie

An oil deal originally fronted by Khulubuse Zuma is being probed by US authorities as part of a wider investigation into Och-Ziff Capital Management.

Panama Papers: People behind dodgy Khulubuse Zuma oil deal

The Panama Papers leak has thrown light on ownership secrecy in a Khulubuse Zuma-fronted oil deal in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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