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Koloane and the Waterkloof landing: So what if you help the Guptas?

Someone please call the police, the Hawks, the NPA… everyone

Mkhwebane ‘astonished’ by Vrede report ruling, may fight back

In a statement issued on Monday evening, Mkhwebane said she was concerned about the ruling

Gigaba visited the Guptas for ‘social cohesion reasons’

Malusi Gigaba has maintained that he did not benefit from his relationship with the Gupta family

How the Guptas got school children to draw invitations for Sun City wedding

A company linked to the family initiated a drawing competition in the North West where pupils designed invitations for the lavish wedding

Gupta wedding under scrutiny as IRBA wraps up disciplinary of ex-KPMG auditor

Jacques Wessels, who audited Linkway Trading accounts, is facing six charges relating to improper conduct and tax evasion

Sasfin drops KPMG after 18 years over Gupta and Sars saga

Sasfin will be changing its independent sponsor from KPMG Services to Deloitte & Touche Sponsor Services from Tuesday, it said.

Private sector must also be censured when in the wrong – Jonas

​The denouncing of KPMG and Bell Pottinger by South African citizens is a good trend and bodes well for the country says Mcebisi Jonas.

Heads roll at KPMG: Trevor Hoole and eight others out

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

DA lays criminal charges against the Guptas for that wedding

The charges were laid after it emerged that public funds were allegedly siphoned to pay for a family wedding in Sun City in 2013.

Undercover at the wedding of the century

We’ve all heard about the big Turkey wedding involving a certain Indian family. Our spy sneaks into the chaos.

The Guptas’ big fat Turkish wedding

The Mardan Palace hotel in Turkey has been fully booked for the wedding of Ajay Gupta's son. This time, the Guptas have stuck to travel protocol.

Charges against two Guptagate accused dropped

The SANDF has dropped all charges against the Air Force officers indicted for their involvement in the landing of the Gupta family private jet.

SANDF denies reports of second Gupta plane probe

The SANDF has denied reports about a second investigation into the landing of the Gupta family's private aircraft at Waterkloof Air Force Base.

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Grim tales of the Brothers Gupta

How a little-known family in India climbed to the top of the South African political – and economic – game.

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