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ANC could benefit from R1bn Capitec Bank bonanza
ANC could benefit from R1bn Capitec Bank bonanza
These are the Public Investment Corporation (PIC), which is supposed to focus on growing state employee pensions, and the Industrial Development...
Report says officials placed SA at risk of breaking sanctions
Report says officials placed SA at risk of breaking sanctions
The Sunday Times reported that an audit report criticised government officials for placing South Africa at risk of breaking UN sanctions...
State endorsement of SA firm in Iran to be probed
State endorsement of SA firm in Iran to be probed
The trade and industry department is conducting an investigation into the supply of letters of support to a company doing business with Iran.
Protector agrees to investigate Mtshali bribery claims
Protector agrees to investigate Mtshali bribery claims
Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe welcomed the public protector's announcement on Tuesday that she would investigate allegations that his partner,...
Spooks at play in succession politics
Spooks at play in succession politics
Jacob Zuma wrote the script when he was fighting his way back to high office after the 2005 nadir of the Schabir Shaik verdict and his sacking:...
Kgalema and Gugu: How tight a spot are they in?
Kgalema and Gugu: How tight a spot are they in?
Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe has asked the public protector to look into claims of corruption levelled against his partner, Gugu Mtshali --...
Motlanthe asks public protector to inspect bribe claims
Motlanthe asks public protector to inspect bribe claims
The office of Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe on Monday asked the public protector to investigate bribery allegations levelled against his...
Motlanthe's partner 'linked to helicopter deal'
Motlanthe's partner 'linked to helicopter deal'
Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe's partner Gugu Mtshali has allegedly been linked to a scheme to "buy" government approval for a plan to sell...
Sishen rivals braced for verdict
Sishen rivals braced for verdict
Billions of rands ride on the shoulders of Judge Raymond Zondo, who was scheduled to deliver judgment on Thursday on the long-running mineral...

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