Latest articles on Oakbay Resources And Energy

IDC loan of R60m ‘gone in one year’

The development finance entity says it wasn’t aware of a beneficiary’s connection to a minister

Heads in the sand over Gupta listing

Even those closely involved in Oakbay’s listing are insisting they were never responsible for its oversight

Will Oakbay find a JSE sponsor?

Nearly two weeks after the first "Gupta leaks", those who invested in the family are starting to feel the direct repercussions of the saga.

Revisionist accounting to the rescue for Gupta-owned Oakbay

At a tricky time for the Gupta family, a tweaking of numbers does make it seem that an asset up for sale is not doing all that badly.

Gupta-owned Oakbay delivers (somewhat plagiarised) annual report in the nick of time

The Gupta company’s annual report squeaked in just on time, but chunks seem to have been nicked.

Cosatu slams banks for shunning Gupta family businesses

Cosatu has lambasted businesses that have cut ties with the Gupta family's Oakbay company, saying it would affect innocent workers as a result.

Guptas, Duduzane Zuma step down from Oakbay

The Gupta family and Duduzane Zuma released statements on Friday announcing that they had stepped down from all Oakbay companies.

Gupta director joined Eskom board within three months

As allegations of 'state capture' continue, it was revealed on Tuesday that an Eskom board member also serves a Gupta-owned company's board.

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