The largest sources of state capture money were Transnet and Eskom, two of South Africa’s most fragile state-owned entities
Former Transnet chief executive Siyabonga Gama and four others have been arrested on charges of fraud, corruption and money laundering.
The ruling party was unbanned 32 years ago on 2 February, but few ANC leaders can be feeling festive today
The Zondo commission’s second report deals with the capture of Transnet through the Gupta racketeering enterprise
The case Zuma refused to answer before Zondo
The president told the Zondo commission the ruling party dropped the ball but struggled over two days on the witness stand to explain how it happened and how a repeat will be prevented
President Cyril Ramaphosa acknowledged that cadre deployment was abused to further state capture, but played for time when Zondo pressed him for details as to how it happened
The speaker told the Zondo commission she doesn’t know why the legislature woke up to state capture so late, but believes this won’t happen again
The former Transnet boss says luck, not political meddling, was behind his baffling reinstatement
The former president’s advocate and commission lawyers were embroiled in a showdown of who best argued the apprehension of bias doctrine
The application for the state capture commission chair to recuse himself lays bare the history of the two men
The former minister told the inquest into the trade unionist Neil Aggett’s death that security branch interrogator Stephan Whitehead was voyeuristic
Former president’s legal team halts proceedings, arguing its client is being cross-examined
Former president disputes former public enterprises minister Barbara Hogan’s allegation that he interfered in the appointment of the entity’s CEO
Before the commission could get stuck into Barbara Hogan’s evidence, the former president’s counsel asked for an early adjournment
Former SAA board chair Cheryl Carolus recounted how Gigaba seemingly pushed the airline to drop the critical route between Johannesburg and Mumbai
The public enterprises minister tells Zondo commission what appeared to be ‘isolated incidents’ was actually part of a larger picture of corruption
The former enterprises minister told the state capture inquiry that she believed Zuma thought she was a ‘hindrance’
According to Hogan’s testimony, a tussle between Jacob Maroga and the Eskom board showed how former president Jacob Zuma imposed his authority
Barbara Hogan said she experienced ‘enormous pressure’ to approve the appointment of Siyabonga Gama as the chief executive of Transnet in 2009
Barbara Hogan claims the former president was adamant that no one but Siyabonga Gama would do as a chief executive
Barbara Hogan is expected to reveal how former president Jacob Zuma began meddling in the appointment of board members and executives in SOEs
The chairperson of the state capture inquiry says anyone found guilty of leaking witness statements could be disciplined
Supporters also claim Barbara Hogan and Trevor Manuel have been targeting the ex-Transnet boss
The Zondo commission’s legal team made a last-minute application to push the testimonies of the high-profile witnesses to November
The former public enterprises minister is perceived as a casualty of Gupta influence over former president Jacob Zuma’s Cabinet
Former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor revealed the Hawks had made attempts to quash an investigation into the Guptas
Former ANC NEC has rejected suggestions by President Jacob Zuma that her late husband Ahmed Kathrada’s final letter to him had been faked.
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Eskom has paid executive committee members 109% more in 2011 than last year, according to its financial statements for the year ended March 31.