Latest articles on Serge Belamant

How Serge beat Net1’s shareholders

But there is still hope for a precedent that will keep companies honest

For Net1 a big profit is a big problem

For years Net1 had been criticised about its financial dealings with grant recipients, such as selling them life insurance.

Concourt judgement disproves Dlamini’s assertions of ‘media-created’ grants anxiety

Although the Teflon minister remains unscathed, misleading Parliament may come back to bite her.

CPS director Serge Belamant: We work for profit

Standing inside the Constitutional Court on Wednesday, Belamant spoke candidly to the Mail & Guardian during a 15-minute break in proceedings.

Sassa dragged its feet on grants transition matter, CPS affidavit shows

An affidavit filed by the social grants distributor details the correspondence between the company, Sassa and the social development minister.

Angel or devil? The jury is still out

Serge Belamant says neither he nor his company has ever been found guilty of any serious misdeed.

Tokyo Sexwale’s prints all over R10-billion tender

The BEE consortium that is part of the winning bidder for a massive social grant tender has many links to Mvelaphanda, Tokyo Sexwale's company.

Zuma’s lawyer and the mega tender

President Jacob Zuma's lawyer Michael Hulley has played various roles in the drawn-out awarding of a disputed multi-billion rand contract.

‘Name your price’ bribe offer for R7-billion tender

"Open chequebook" bribe claim hits controversial tender award, as Norman Arendse reveals social grants scandal implicating sports boss Gideon Sam.

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