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ANC could benefit from R1bn Capitec Bank bonanza

Free shares worth almost R1-billion in Capitec is what a consortium linked to financing the ANC has scored thanks to finance from two state bodies.

Report says officials placed SA at risk of breaking sanctions

The department of trade and industry needs a policy overhaul to prevent sanctions busting by South African companies, the DA said on Sunday.

State endorsement of SA firm in Iran to be probed

The department of trade and industry has begun an investigation into government letters of support for a South African firm doing business with Iran.

Protector agrees to investigate Mtshali bribery claims

The public protector has agreed, at Kgalema Motlanthe's request, to conduct an investigation into bribery allegations which may involve Gugu Mtshali.

Spooks at play in succession politics

A trend has emerged where state intelligence resources are being used in ANC succession battles, especially leading up to elective conferences.

Kgalema and Gugu: How tight a spot are they in?

Kgalema Motlanthe says allegations against Gugu Mtshali should be probed, but this isn't the first time his partner has been linked to dodgy business.

Motlanthe asks public protector to inspect bribe claims

Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe has asked the public protector to investigate his partner Gugu Mtshali's business ties.

Motlanthe’s partner ‘linked to helicopter deal’

Gugu Mtshali has allegedly been linked to a scheme to "buy" government approval for a plan to sell helicopters to Iran.

Sishen rivals braced for verdict

Much rests on a court decision on who owns a minority stake in the lucrative mine.

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