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Prince Harry’s Mandela tribute marred by links to controversial businessmen

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Lord Hain’s Zimbabwe hypocrisy

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Anti-graft campaigner Hain joins forces with controversial businessman Zunaid Moti

Hain, a British lord and prominent anti-corruption campaigner, has been appointed special advisor to the Moti Group of companies.

​O’Sullivan, Hain pile pressure on UK ’state capture’ law firm

Under his nonprofit Forensics for Justice, O'Sullivan’s letter blames Hogan Lovells for the legal manoeuvres of three of its “sordid clients”

Why it has taken so long to prosecute state capture cases in South Africa

"The failure of the NPA to act swiftly and vigorously against those involved in state capture shows that there has been a dereliction of duty."

Lord Hain seeks probe into Barclays’ Gupta-linked accounts

Lord Peter Hain has requested an "immediate investigation" into bank accounts held in London by South African state owned enterprises

The self-fulfilling prophecy of Zuma and friends

The investigation into President Jacob Zuma and his pals the Guptas has now effectively been internationalised.

Activist UK lord stalks Guptas

ANC veterans asked him to get the UK to probe those involved with the family in state capture

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