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Godongwana found liable in probe

Enoch Godongwana and his wife Thandiwe are party to the loss of millions in workers' pension fund money.

Media barred from Canyon Springs inquiry

Sam Buthelezi has succeeded in barring journalists from hearing his crucial evidence at the insolvency hearing into Canyon Springs Investments 12.

Pinnacle Point consultant raked in R4.4-million

The Pinnacle Point insolvency hearing has heard that former trade unionist Richard Kawie was introduced to the developers by the Trilinear owner.

Godongwana ‘lied to inquiry’

Subpoenaed bank accounts show former minister did receive a salary that he failed to disclose to Canyon Springs.

Kawie ‘too ill’ to testify at Canyon Springs probe

Fraud-accused Richard Kawie has failed to appear before the Canyon Springs liquidition probe, claiming he is too depressed and too ill to attend.

Godongwana offers no clarity on Kawie cheques

Former deputy minister Enoch Godongwana told the Canyon Springs inquiry he and Richard Kawie loaned money to each without any written agreements.

Godongwana denies quitting over R100m pension scandal

Enoch Godongwana insists his resignation as deputy minister of economic development is not due to a probe into how R100m in union money disappeared.

Kawie faces arrest in missing pension money case

Richard Kawie faces arrest if he fails to appear before a liquidation inquiry to explain R100-million of clothing workers' missing pension fund money.

Judge orders Kawie to testify

Richard Kawie's evidence is regarded as crucial to the inquiry into the missing pension fund money.

Canyon Springs: Union man still a no-show at inquiry

Lawyers on the inquiry into the loss of R100-million of clothing workers' pension fund money are submitting an application to the WC High Court.

Pension scam probe on hold after key player plays truant

The probe into how R100-million went missing from a Sactwu pension fund has been postponed after former consultant Richard Kawie failed to turn up.

No light on workers’ missing millions

Attempts to subpoena Richard Kawie to give evidence that could explain what happened to workers' pension money have hit a brick wall.

How dirty is Godongwana’s laundry?

Deputy economic development minister Enoch Godongwana is set to be grilled on what happened to a massive loan from a textile workers' pension fund.

Fears that pension fund consultant may flee

Forensic investigators are concerned that the alleged key player in the missing pension funds may be planning to leave the country with his family.

‘Consultant paid R8m for investing workers’ money in Canyon Springs’

Former Sactwu consultant, Richard Kawie, is alleged in court papers to have been paid R8-million for his work as a consultant.

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