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Editorial: What’s up with the doc?

​Iqbal Survé has been able to construct a business empire in the name of transformation

Matjila: Leaks from the PIC ‘an inside job’

The former state asset manager CEO says the spreading of misinformation at the corporation was from inside its ranks

Ayo financial tampered with on Survé’s instruction, says ex-chief exec

​Former AYO Technology Solutions CEO, Kevin Hardy, has testified that businessperson Iqbal Survé interfered in the running of the technology company

PIC commission to continue as key Ayo repayment court order expected

Key judgement affecting Surve-linked Ayo is set to be handed down on Monday, as PIC witness identities kept under wraps due to safety concerns

How PIC officials managed ‘forced’ exposure to Survé deals

Investment team member testifies about Ayo and Sagarmatha transactions as having come from CEO Matjila

PIC going after R4.3-billion paid to Ayo

The Public Investment Corporation (PIC) has distanced itself from any notion that it is working with Ayo Technology Solutions

Senior executives implicated in irregular Ayo transaction still at PIC

At least eight people have been implicated in breaching processes in the irregular R4.3-billion Ayo deal but only two people have been suspended

Listen: I’m an underdog person says Survé

In conversation with Mail & Guardian editor Khadija Patel last week, Iqbal Survé insisted that everyone who is critical of him has been unfair.

Cracks appear in the PIC

The first week of PIC hearings was expected to be tame, but that was quickly overtaken by startling developments

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