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Editorial: Journalism keeps up the good fight

In the wake of Black Wednesday, South African media continued to fight for the right to do their job

Estina-linked politicians brought into Zondo commission’s crosshairs

Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo criticised those in government who have withheld evidence related to state capture

Eskom battles to claw back Trillians

The power utility claims there was no contractual basis for the payments to the consulting company

Zondo commission receives #GuptaLeaks hard drives as evidence, with conditions

After much back and forth between DCJ Zondo and the commission’s legal team, Zondo has received the data as evidence — but there are conditions

#StateCaptureInquiry: Whistle-blowers, clones of hard drives and secret meetings

In what has proven to be a testimony made of thriller movie revelations, the state capture commission heard the backstory to the #GuptaLeaks emails

State Capture commission in possession of original #GuptaLeaks hard drive

The hard drive consists of tens of thousands of Gupta-linked emails that detail the extent of the family’s role in state capture

Three strikes against KPMG – now what?

Once again, two senior partners were forced to resign last week.

Gigaba talks the talk on public sector corruption

At the top of the 2018 Budget was renewed vigour in tackling corruption that had become commonplace in the public sector

The state’s case against the Guptas and co.

Ajay Gupta did not appear in the Bloemfontein regional court and is regarded as a fugitive by the police

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

‘ANN7 served as a front to defraud the state’— EFF

​The EFF on Wednesday welcomed Naspers' MultiChoice's decision to rid itself of Gupta-linked ANN7

Editorial: Eskom’s liars obfuscate the truth

'Meanwhile, we are left with two sides of a story'

It’s a tricky business to track down Gupta assets

Just which legal entities bought the craft that propelled Heritage to new heights is not clear; the leaked emails run out.

Editorial: News media prove their worth

'We are riddled with contradictions and must strive to capture the complexity of South Africa and its people better'

Police minister wishes a Merry Christmas, allegedly from Dubai

Mbalula's tweet with its United Arab Emirates geotag had Twitter users criticising the minister and asking him where the money for trip came from

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SA justice delays extradition of paedophile to UK

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Disrupt the corrupt

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Combatting wildlife crime in Southern Africa activity annual programme statement (APS) No. 04

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