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Head of police ‘discouraging people’ from offering rewards for Gupta arrests

The police did not want independent reward offers to be made as "it might endanger the suspect, the lookalike and general public"

The state’s case against the Guptas and co.

Ajay Gupta did not appear in the Bloemfontein regional court and is regarded as a fugitive by the police

Sunday Times responds to ‘fake’ Gupta indictment

The DA document was meant to serve as a means of direction to the Hawks and the NPA to investigate the Estina allegations

What telling the truth means at the Eskom inquiry

In terms of subsection three, the evidence of a witness given before a committee may not be used against the witness as evidence of a wrongdoing

Deputy Chief Justice Zondo to hold briefing on state capture inquiry

"There should be no area of corruption and culprit that should be spared the extent of this commission of inquiry." – President Jacob Zuma

It’s a tricky business to track down Gupta assets

Just which legal entities bought the craft that propelled Heritage to new heights is not clear; the leaked emails run out.

Eskom wrap-up: All the drama in the last 48 hours

A minister was subpoenaed. Anoj Singh tried to disrupt proceedings. Ajay Gupta wants to respond on his terms and the chair was questioned by Hawks.

What was Thabo Mbeki and Essop Pahad’s role in the rise of the Guptas?

The former minister in the presidency says he was formally introduced to a young Atul Gupta during a visit to India with the former president in 1996.

Ajay Gupta: Why is the Gupta family being targeted for meeting with ministers?

One of the Gupta brothers says the family's meetings with Cabiniet ministers are 'being used to peddle lies'.

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