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KPMG suffers another blow on #GuptaLeaks fallout

KPMG has been widely criticised for not probing the R30-million payment used to fund the now infamous Gupta wedding

Parly probe into Eskom to put spotlight on Molefe, maladministration

The portfolio committee on public enterprises on Wednesday adopted the terms of reference of the inquiry

MPs grill Gigaba on radical economic transformation

“Whatever you call it – accelerated growth, radical economic transformation or inclusive growth, we want to address the plight of these people.”

Zuma: I reshuffled my Cabinet to make room for young people

The president said in his address that the youth have been clear: leaders must address unemployment and inequality.

ANC’s Yunus Carrim: We’re not going to buckle on FIC Bill over Zuma

With the Twin Peaks Bill, Treasury wants to increase protection of South African consumers and regulate market conduct.

Concerns mount that cornered Zuma will resort to ‘scorched earth’ strategy

President Zuma is currently in a weakened state with only a “scorched earth” strategy remaining, says Nomura economist Peter Attard Montalto.

Jeff Radebe distances Cabinet from Zwane’s comment on probe into financial institutions

Zwane claimed that Cabinet established a committee to consider allegations that certain banks colluded when they closed the Guptas’ bank accounts.

Mosebenzi Zwane to Parliament: ‘I won’t resign as mineral resources minister’

Zwane, in his response to a question asked by DA MP David Maynier, said Cabinet was dealing with the closure of the Guptas' bank accounts.

SA placed on review for downgrade

Ratings agency Moody's has placed South Africa on review for downgrade, which could lead to it being declared a junk country.

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