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Susan Comrie

Leaked WhatsApps: How access to PIC execs may have facilitated deals

Leaked messages show how, Lawrence Mulaudzi, gained an inside track with the PIC setting his sights on becoming a billionaire with pensioners’ money.

What SAP really knew about the Guptas

Newly-leaked documents show that the software giant knew it was dealing with the Guptas more than a year before the #GuptaLeaks allegations emerged.

A total train-smash: the R16bn ‘Gupta premium’

Analysis: How the Transnet locomotive acquisition went from R38.6bn to R54.5bn.

Fraser goes “rogue”

Intelligence boss blocked investigation, conducted campaign of intimidation, claims Inspector General.

The Nkonki Pact Part 1: How the Guptas bought themselves an auditor

In a fronting deal, Gupta lieutenant Salim Essa provided R107-million for the “management buyout” of a pioneering black audit firm.

SAP’s #GuptaLeaks investigation finds “irregularities” and “question marks”

Three senior SAP executives resign leaving #GuptaLeaks investigation with more questions than answers.

Gupta coal mines in business rescue

AmaBhungane has confirmed that Optimum Coal Mine, Koornfontein Mines and Optimum Coal Terminal have been placed into business rescue.

The McKinsey dossier, part 5 – how Transnet cash stuffed Gupta letterboxes

We show how R30-million flowed from Regiments Capital, McKinsey's local partner on Transnet contracts, to companies with links to the Guptas.

The McKinsey dossier part 4 – bending over backwards for Trillian

A series of interviews and leaked documents show that senior Eskom officials did everything they could to ensure the Gupta-linked Trillian got paid.

The Trillian playbook: How Oliver Wyman nearly got ensnared

The consulting firm's flirtation with Gupta-linked Trillian shows the allure of political connections and the promise of state contracts they bring.

Whistleblower: How Trillian scored big by connecting officials and consultants

Bianca Goodson, the former chief executive of a Gupta-linked consulting firm, has broken her silence 18 months after resigning in dismay.

The woman who blew the whistle

We profile the courageous former chief executive of a division of a Gupta-linked company who blew the whistle on Nenegate.

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