Latest articles on Shiva Uranium

Legal wrangle over Gupta-linked Shiva Uranium loan still ongoing — Patel

Earlier this year, Shiva Uranium was one of eight Gupta-owned companies that underwent business rescue processes

Gupta-owned Shiva Uranium’s business rescue practitioners throw in the towel

Louis Klopper and Robert Knoop resigned ahead of a legal battle between the IDC, the Gupta-owned company and the business rescue practitioners

Oakbay asks court to compel FIC to provide details on 72 ‘suspicious’ transactions

The Financial Intelligence Centre in August listed 72 suspicious transactions spanning about four years.

Price pressure on Gupta uranium mine

The Industrial Development Corporation continues to claim it will do well out of the Oakbay deal for the Shiva mine but uranium’s future is uncertain.

Will Zwane even slap his mining friends’ wrists?

Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane has been linked to the Guptas and will now oversee a sector in which the family has strong interests.

Another state bonanza for the Guptas

The state development funder has cut family-controlled mining firm Oakbay Resources and Energy huge slack on a loan it struggled to service.

Uranium mining town hopes long turned to dust

Dominionville residents expected a boom town when Shiva Uranium foretold promises of riches, but white poverty and black despair remain years later.

Row over ‘unpaid’ bills at Gupta family’s mine

Subcontractors at the Gupta family's Shiva Uranium mine are crying foul over the company's alleged failure to pay for services provided.

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