Stefaans Brmmer

The ‘Gupta owned’ state enterprises

Probe reveals an extraordinary network of contacts close to the family that dominates the boards of SA's two largest parastatals, Eskom and Transnet.

Guptas conquer state arms firm Denel

As controversy rages about “state capture” by the president’s friends, they team up with Denel to profit from the sale of its products in the East.

MTN’s bid to sway govt raises disturbing questions

MTN investigation has ostensibly cleared the company

Breytenbach finally gets to tell her side of the story

Breytenbach testifies in her own defence at her disciplinary hearing

Shirene Carim: In her own words

In an interview with the M&G, Shirene Carim, Zarina Maharaj's sister, expands on her reasons for coming forward now.

MTN’s cash, weapons and diplomatic ties in Iran

A rival company has lodged evidence in a United States court that details how South African company -- MTN -- secured a lucrative deal in Iran.

D-Day for Donen Report: For whom does the bell toll?

The release of the report into the Oil for Food scandal today may well reopen a Pandora's box of allegations about kickbacks and diplomatic favours.

amaBhungane condemns secrecy Bill adoption

<i>M&G</i> Centre of Investigative Journalism will add its weight to the Constitutional Court challenge.

BAE’s ‘bribery’ channel

Documents reveal the cunning origin of the British arms company's system used to channel alleged kickbacks to South African arms deal 'advisers'.

SCA judges slam Public Protector’s Oilgate arguments

The Supreme Court bench has lambasted counsel for the Public Protector's office, which is appealing a judgment overturning its Oilgate scandal report.

Malema: We need leaders like Castro, Mugabe

Julius Malema, did not mention President Jacob Zuma by name when he addressed a youth league regional conference in Limpopo.

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