Stefaans Brummer

The finance minister, his son and the Mozambican refinery

Siyabonga Nene asked the PIC to finance a huge investment in Mozambique. He didn’t get that for himself

Did Nene Jr deal with the Guptas?

Siyabonga Nene and his partner approached the investment corporation while Nene Sr was chair

Nkonki CEO resigns after we expose Gupta fronting deal

Audit firm also promises independent probe, while regulator demands answers.

The Nkonki Pact Part 2: Eskom’s new billion-rand consulting deal for Essa & Co

When auditing firm Nkonki fell in the Gupta orbit via a management buyout funded by Salim Essa, things started going very right for it at Eskom.

Eskom admits lying on Trillian

The power utility finally comes clean about how it paid a Gupta-linked firm almost half a billion rand for consulting work.

Editorial: The #GuptaLeaks revealed

AmaBhungane and the Daily Maverick start publishing from the full trove.

[EXCLUSIVE] Gupta mine grab: how Brown misled Parliament

AmaBhungane reveals new evidence that the Public Enterprises Minister misled Parliament about contracts between Eskom and Trillian Capital Partners.

Exclusive: Guptas “Laundered” kickback millions – here’s the evidence

A year-long investigation points to an intricate system the Gupta family allegedly used to extract bribes from companies in business with Transnet.

State Capture – The Guptas and the R250 million “kickback laundry”

Huge sums are washing through the bank accounts of obscure companies, and all fingers point to Gupta associates and state tenders

​Gordhan blows whistle on Guptas’ R6.8bn ‘suspicious and unusual payments’

Pravin Gordhan throws down the gauntlet against the politically powerful family

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.

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