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Michael Hulley, Sassa and all the other dodgy deals

Sunday Times revealed at the weekend that President Jacob Zuma's lawyer is yet another prominent figure in Sassa's grants crisis.

The victims of the Aurora mine debacle continue to do what they know best – mining

The finalisation of liquidation proceedings should at least give them some temporary relief.

Aurora mine liquidators on the hunt for Khulubuse Zuma’s hidden riches

Khulubuse Zuma sold off his rich trappings and claims he is nearly broke – but liquidators believe there’s much more.

Court finds Mandela, Zuma heirs liable for Aurora decay

Pretoria high court finds directors of Aurora, including Khulubuse Zuma and Zondwa Mandela, guilty of stripping the assets of Pamodzi Gold's mines.

Aurora’s ‘pipe dream’ up in smoke

The president’s nephew and cohorts have been ordered to pay the miners they abandoned.

Khulubuse Zuma loses Aurora court bid

The application was dismissed with costs, with the judge saying Zuma's interests were not directly affected.

Zuma’s lawyer faces disbarment over Aurora ‘perjury’ claims

Liquidators of Pamodzi have confirmed that they would be filing a complaint against President Jacob Zuma's lawyer Michael Hulley on Monday.

Aurora liquidator calls Hulley out on directorship

Jacob Zuma's legal adviser Michael Hulley said his involvement in Aurora was limited, but the liquidators say otherwise.

Aurora fight casts light on the Bhanas’ suspect dealings

Controversial Bhana family not giving in

Jacob Zuma, Khulubuse and the missing millions

A meeting with the president appears to have persuaded an investment firm to give millions to empowerment firm Aurora, which others 'misappropriated'.

Malema’s political gold mine

Julius Malema's attempts to capitalise on the Marikana mine shootings continued on Thursday as he visited Grootvlei gold mine on the East Rand.

NUM pushes for liquidation laws to be changed

The National Union of Mineworkers wants MPs to rework liquidation laws so that workers are paid out before investors when companies go bankrupt.

Khulubuse Zuma owes R29 000 in traffic fines

Businessman Khulubuse Zuma owes the eThekwini metro police R28 950 in outstanding traffic fines. The metro cops may have to wait in line, however.

Pamodzi gold trail leads to Solly, Fazel Bhana

Liquidators say Solly and Fazel Bhana were behind the collapse of the Pamodzi gold mines, stripping the mines' assets while workers went unpaid.

Khulubuse Zuma’s lifestyle thrust into auction

Some of Khulubuse Zuma's assets have been auctioned but this has done little to sate the appetite of a ravenous public keenly awaiting his punishment.

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