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How smuggled gold destined for Dubai or Singapore has links to France and Mali

Three Malagasy citizens were apprehended at OR Tambo International airport, but now the trail is found to connect to France and Mali

Parliament to get update on Fireblade saga

It will be the first time the Department of Home Affairs has briefed Parliament on this matter since Malusi Gigaba resigned in November last year

Acsa spreads its wings over Africa

The airports company is drawing on its experience to meet the challenges of the continent

Gigaba promises to explain Fireblade lies

Minister tells parliamentary committee there was no policy for VVIP terminals and accuses the chair of not letting him share his side of the story

No policies, MOU in place for Fireblade, Parliament hears

The minister says he will consult with Cabinet colleagues on how best to formalise the arrangement and create a policy

Gigaba to be grilled over Oppenheimer’s private terminal

The minister will be questioned on why he gave the family permission to operate a private terminal at OR Tambo airport — despite his repeated denials

No political campaign against Gigaba, says public enterprises committee chair

​The public enterprises portfolio committee has rejected claims by Minister Malusi Gigaba that its members are attempting to discredit him

‘Gigaba lied’ – Public Protector

In a report released on Wednesday Busisiwe Mkhwebane confirmed a court ruling that the home affairs minister ‘deliberately told untruths'

BLF threatens bribery charges against Oppenheimers

​Black First Land First announced its intention on Tuesday to lodge fraud, bribery and corruption complaints with police against the Oppenheimers

Gigaba’s ‘untruths’ need to be ‘given serious attention’― Ramaphosa

In December last year, the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria ruled that Gigaba "deliberately told untruths under oath"

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