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Hawks probe top cops

Krejcir's network could extend to police and Balkan drug smugglers.

Luxury government homes probed

The Special Investigating Unit's probe into abuses at the department of public works ranges far more widely than the police leasing scandal.

Gijima: more pain to come?

Although the IT company will conclude the billion-rand department of home affairs project, its role will be relatively small.

Steel of a deal for Zuma Jnr

Duduzane Zuma and the Guptas are at it again -- they will benefit from a proposed Indian steel investment bolstered by government intervention.

Manyi’s clash of interests sidestepped

Public services minister brushes off Manyi's 'dismissal' and knows nothing about his business roles

Zuma’s dodgy new NPA choice

President Jacob Zuma has appointed a deputy to prosecutions boss Menzi Simelane who was previously facing charges of dishonesty.

How Menzi stymied arms probe

As director general of the justice department, Menzi Simelane repeatedly hobbled the arms-deal probe.

Sishen row: Govt targets steel prices

The debacle over the award of lapsed mining rights in the Sishen iron ore mine could be used by government to force Amsa to cut in steel prices.

Anatomy of a murder

Killer's plea bargain casts a spotlight on Czech fugitive and his associates.

Who is Robert Gumede?

After a massive 50th birthday celebration with international artists, we recap Robert Gumede's rise to the world of big business.

Taxman hits Agliotti for R77?million

The squeeze on Glenn Agliotti -- key witness against Jackie Selebi and lone defendant in the Brett Kebble murder trial -- is far from over.

Guptas key to ArcelorMittal deal

The Gupta family, friends of President Jacob Zuma, were key to the agreement to sell prospecting rights at Sishen to steel conglomerate ArcelorMittal.

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