Jessica Bezuidenhout

Cosmo Fruit stink-up plot thickens

A forged letter as well as questionable emails have now surfaced, adding to the company’s troubles.

Tom Moyane asks State Security Agency to investigate Sars leak

The Sars boss briefed the media on the finance minister's statements about shortcomings at the tax agency.

Myeni’s fate in Gordhan’s hands

The finance minister now has to decide on the fitness of SAA’s embattled chair to hold office

More line up in Cosmo Fruit stink

Creditors want their cash after rotten deals with Ioannis Ntinos

Rotten deals follow Cosmo Fruit

Liquidators are searching for assets after Ioannis Ntinos’s company was declared insolvent

Gupta-linked Trillian trying to ‘intimidate’ whistleblower

Company asks CCMA not to entertain R2-million claim by former chief until it gets a copy of an explosive affidavit made to the public protector.

Gupta-linked bank bid gets initial go-ahead

The Competition Commission has approved a merger between two companies, a move likely to pave the way for a Gupta-linked bid to buy a bank.

​An old lie catches up with SAA’s Dudu Myeni

The registrar says the SAA chair contravened the Companies Act by misrepresenting a board decision

‘McBride, Sibiya, O’Sullivan planned to assassinate Hawks boss Ntlemeza’

Nine charges, including treason, have been laid against Robert McBride, Shadrack Sibiya, Paul O'Sullivan and a crime intelligence officer.

Guptas turn R3m into R900m in mystery-shrouded mining deal

Overnight, a low-value mining right seems to have ballooned into a highly lucrative deal.

Eskom’s ties to Gupta-linked Trillian exposed

The evidence suggests that the Gupta-linked firm was the power utility’s ‘middle man’.

Last-gasp bid to buy bank by Gupta allies

Stranded without a bank, the family is now linked to a R450m offer for a private institution

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