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Roger Kebble commits suicide

Brett Kebble's father, Roger Kebble, has died according to news reports on Tuesday.

Fearless corruption buster

Mzilikazi wa Afrika has valiantly exposed political skullduggery with his brave investigative reporting.

ANC to pay to make Kebble dirt go away

The party hopes to quietly rub out the millions in "tainted money" it received from late business tycoon Brett Kebble.

Krejcir rules in gangster’s paradise!

America's old-school mobsters have nothing on Jo'burg. Guys like Radovan Krejcir have been painting the town blood-red since the early 1900s.

High court orders ANC member to repay Kebble ‘donation’

A court has ordered ANC provincial secretary Songezo Mjongile to repay over R350 000 he received from mining magnate Brett Kebble, says a report.

Kebble takes centre stage

Late mining magnate Brett Kebble has become the subject of a play by activist Allan Horwitz.

Kebble trustees follow the money

The trustees of Brett Kebble's estate are going to court to try and reclaim a R250 000 donation the slain mining magnate made to the ANC.

Kebble killer on the ropes following Jo’burg crime spree

Self-confessed killer and former boxer Mikey Schultz is being investigated for an alleged on-going crime spree spanning across Johannesburg.

Willem Heath: from Madiba, to Kebble, and Zuma

Willem Heath has followed a winding road since he last headed the Special Investigating Unit.

New twist to Kebble looting

Shareholders in one of the companies looted by slain mining magnate Brett Kebble have launched a multimillion-rand lawsuit against Investec Bank.

Brett Kebble resurrected

Radio journalist Mandy Wiener opens the door to South Africa's underworld.

Kebble ‘mentored’ Mbalula

Slain mining magnate Brett Kebble was one of Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula's earliest mentors, coaching him on what to say and how to say it.

It’s murder out there

Acclaimed journalist Mandy Wiener speaks about <i>Killing Kebble</i>, her new book on organised crime, cover-ups and the Brett Kebble murder trial.

Psychopaths in suits

Agliotti's acquittal for his role in the murder of Brett Kebble, arguably one of SA's most infamous psychopaths, has cast the spotlight on that 4%.

Agliotti ruling: ‘Dining with the devil’

Over five years after the shooting of mining magnate Brett Kebble, Glenn Agliotti -- accused of the murder -- is at a crossroads.

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Hawks swoop down with more arrests in R1.4-billion corruption blitz

The spate of arrests for corruption continues apace in Gauteng and the Eastern Cape.

SANDF hid R200m expenditure on ‘Covid’ drug it can’t use

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Epic fail: Africa’s Fortnite battle

Forced onto the backfoot by poor ping and overseas servers, African gamers are getting creative in an attempt to play one of the biggest competitive games. In the second instalment of our gaming corner, we chat to some of the innovators

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