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Parliament considers summoning Gupta lieutenant Ashu Chawla

Chawla is a citizen of South Africa, and the portfolio committee on home affairs wants him for questioning

DA: Mkhwebane’s Vrede report a ‘mind boggling whitewash’

Maimane on Friday said the DA, as the original complainants, has asked its legal team to consider the report more closely

First direct blow against Guptas

Gupta brother’s bank account frozen to recover R220-million.

Dlamini: Forgive state capture like you forgave apartheid

South Africans were not consistent in their outrage, she claimed.

MultiChoice rejects #GuptaLeaks accusations on ANN7 payments

MultiChoice denies claims of a corrupt relationship between itself and former minister of communications Faith Muthambi.

State security agency says Zuma book must be recalled

NB Publishers said in a statement on Friday that they had received a cease and desist letter from the SSA.

NPA ‘just watching’ State capture continue – Blade Nzimande

Nzimande lambasted the NPA for its inefficiency in bringing those implicated in the Gupta matter to book.

Heads roll at KPMG: Trevor Hoole and eight others out

KPMG however stressed that the investigation found no evidence of corruption or illegal behaviour.

KPMG suffers another blow on #GuptaLeaks fallout

KPMG has been widely criticised for not probing the R30-million payment used to fund the now infamous Gupta wedding

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